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In Studio: Wyclef Jean

Thursday, November 18, 2010

After an earthquake devastated Haiti in January, the country's presidential election was postponed until Nov. 28. Wyclef Jean, one of the country's most famous native sons, announced his bid for the presidency, but his candidacy ended with an election commission ruling. Today: the producer and musician talks with Soundcheck about the experience -- and his political future. And, Jean performs new songs from an upcoming EP, "If I Was President – My Haitian Experience, in our studio.

Guests:

Wyclef Jean

Comments [2]

Nora Albert

I'm a nurse. Please prioritize clean water and port-a-potties. Save lives. Thank-you

Nov. 18 2010 02:28 PM
Frank Grimaldi from East Village

What does Wyclef think or feel about the current cholera epidemic in Haiti and the outbreak of riots blaming the epidemic United Nations workers?

Nov. 18 2010 02:19 PM

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