The music that Wyclef Jean has written, performed, and produced — both as a solo superstar and as founder and guiding member of the Fugees — has been a consistently powerful, pop cultural force for over two decades. In 1996, the Fugees released their monumental album The Score. As a solo artist, Wyclef has released six albums that have sold nearly nine million copies worldwide, including his 1997 debut The Carnival and 2000’s aptly titled The Eclectic: 2 Sides II a Book. Jean’s latest studio album, Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee, his first in eight years, released on Sept. 15.
Chris Rivers that is, the 22 year old unparalleled minded Lyrical Catastrophe that will knock you out in one verse, like he’s Tyson in the ring. He’s heavy on the mic, like the crown he bears. Oh you didn’t know? This River flows from Royalty. His Father is the late great Puerto Rican Rapper Big Pun aka Christopher Rios who hailed from the Bronx and was ranked one of the Greatest MCs of all time. But don’t get it twisted, this Puerto Rican Prince, Chris Rios Jr, who goes by the Rap name Chris Rivers, is his own Fire Breathing Dragon, giving fans something heroic to believe in once again. He’s a prodigy, astonishing to say the least, and his rivers run deep as he shatters all hypocrisy on whether his name or his talent is what makes him one of the most watched new artists to come up