Broken Record Wyclef Jean Goes Back To School

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Wyclef Jean, who’s had solo hits and with the Fugees, and produced hits for Destiny’s Child, Shakira, and Carlos Santana came back this year with a new project, “Wyclef Goes Back To School.” Every song is a collaboration with college-aged musicians—his way of giving back but also appealing to a whole new generation of kids. Host and producer Justin Richmond talks to Wyclef about his latest effort, about his childhood in Haiti, moving to the U.S. and reflects on his own childhood listening to the Fugees.

The Hosts

Rick Rubin

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Malcolm Gladwell

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Justin Richmond

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Bruce Headlam

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