November 3, 2000 |
The answer was a commanding yes around 10 p.m. Wednesday the first time Wyclef Jean asked the audience if it was having a good time at his concert. The response was even more resoundingly positive half an hour later when he posed the same question again. But many fans at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center were surely wavering when Jean asked it a final time around 11:30. It's not that he had run out of good songs--he had simply abandoned them.
August 13, 2000 |
"So, what do you want to know about the Fugees?" The question from Wyclef Jean is unexpected. You'd think that the last thing the hip-hop star would want to talk about as he sits in West Hollywood hotel room is his strained relationship with his old group--especially when he's in town to talk about his new solo album.
August 31, 2000 |
Wyclef Jean, "The Ecleftic--2 Sides II a Book," Columbia. The Fugee's second solo album is more hip-hop-minded than his debut, but it's still a freewheeling, wildly eclectic affair.
July 28, 1997 |
Wyclef Jean, the latest daring young man to join the circus, hails from the flying Fugees--not a trapeze act, but one of the most successful groups in hip-hop music. On Saturday at the Pond of Anaheim, Jean will turn the evening performance of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus into a double-header. First comes the three-ring circus at 7:30, then, at 10 p.m., Jean and his Refugee Allstars will give a hip-hop concert that's included with circus admission.
June 21, 1997 |
Given the difficulty such acclaimed and popular rap groups as Arrested Development and Digable Planets had in maintaining their initial success, you'd think the members of the Fugees would be devoting all their attention to making sure the trio's next record stayed on track. Instead, two of the members--Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill--are doing solo albums before recording the follow-up to the Fugees' 6 million-selling "The Score."
September 18, 2012 |
CBS This Morning Author Harlan Coben; Jet Blue founder David Neeleman. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Giuliana Rancic; Maya Rudolph; Pattie Mallette; Martha Stewart; Andrew McCarthy; Josh Turner. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America "Sesame Street"; Tamar Braxton; chef Carla Hall. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Rachael Ray Joy Behar; Susan Lucci. (N) 8 a.m. KCAL Live With Kelly and Michael Maya Rudolph; Elizabeth Olsen; Neon Trees perform. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Pink performs; rapper T.I. (N)
November 29, 2011
Mike Mills' semi-autobiographical drama "Beginners," about a young man whose widower father comes out of the closet, and Terrence Malick's mystical family epic, "Tree of Life," tied for best film of 2011 at the 21st annual Gotham Film Awards given out Monday evening in New York City. "Beginners," which stars Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer, also won for best ensemble cast. Felicity Jones took home the breakthrough actor award for her role as a lovestruck British woman in "Like Crazy.
July 26, 1998 |
The turnover in rap is so fast that many artists are gone before you have a chance to learn much about them. But there is a core of artists who have established themselves in the late '90s as the commercial elite. They are the ones who, either through their own work or their production of other artists, set the tone in the $1-billion-a-year rap world. Here's a critical guide to this Elite Eight.