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Carnival Vol. II...Memoirs Of An Immigrant
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2007 release, the sixth studio album from The Fugees' Wyclef Jean. The first single will be "Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)" which features Akon, Niia Bertino and Lil' Wayne. Other guests include Selena, Mary J. Blige, Paul Simon, Chamillionaire, Shakira, T.I., T-Pain, will.i.am and Serj Tankian of System Of A Down.
Haitian born, Wyclef Jean, is a world renowned artist, songwriter, producer, Good Will Ambassador and activist through his Yelé Haiti foundation. He began his career as a member of the The Fugees. Their classic release, The Score, sold over 18 million copies worldwide and certified the trio as international superstars. Jean then began his solo career with 1997's platinum plus album The Carnival Featuring the Refugee All-Stars. Wyclef went on to work with diverse artists including Santana, Destiny's Child, and Mick Jagger. Recently, he produced "Hips Don't Lie", a Grammy®-nominated duet with Shakira. The track broke the record for the most amount of airplay in the history of Billboard magazines airplay tracking. The Grammy® Award winner returns to Columbia Records to celebrate the ten-year anniversary of his first solo album with The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant, which is slated for release on December 4, 2007.
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Would recommend to anyone who likes good music a great blend of artist and there artistic talents blended together to create a great cdPublished on December 18, 2012 by roger sanchez
My only comment regarding the other comments I've read here is that the people haven't listened to the album. This album is stupendously sick. Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by B Schnell
Product was sent in timely manner and in excellent condition. No complaints here and would love to do business with again soon.Published on December 7, 2009 by Melesio Achapa
I'm a big fan of Wyclef and it seems like over the past few years, he's music as started to become a hit or miss for me. Read morePublished on January 15, 2009 by Andrew G. Vatterott
That duet with Shakira is awful. She's amazing and he's amazing, but whenever they get together they create something way too overly produced and too bubble gum poppy... Read morePublished on November 26, 2008 by Jen
Despite Wyclef Jean still having no problem scoring hit singles, all his albums released after The Carnival have been pretty lackluster. Read morePublished on April 26, 2008 by Anthony Rupert
WOW! ONCE AGAIN, WYCLEFF JEAN PUTS ALL THE TRACKS WELL TOGETHER.
THE LYRICS ARE CLEAN AND INFORMATIVE AND THE RYTHM MAKES YOU WANNA MOVE...
I LOVE THE ENTIRE ALBUM! Read more
Not only can I not stop playing this album, but if you get a chance to catch him live, DO IT. He was onstage for over two hours, Akon came out to perform, his sister sang some Sam... Read morePublished on March 5, 2008 by Laura Leigh Semon