This Day in Hip Hop and Rap History
Host: Chuck D w/ Duke Eatmon & Ron Maskell
June 24th, 2012
June 24th – Wyclef Jean of The Fugees releases his debut solo album, the double platinum-selling “The Carnival”, on Columbia Records, on this day in 1997.
The eclectic set featured a potpourri of hip-hop influenced musical styles with guest appearances by The Neville Brothers, Celia Cruz and Fugees members Pras and Lauryn Hill.
The set contained the smash hits; “We Trying To Stay Alive”, “Anything Can Happen”, “Gone ‘Til November”, “To All The Girls” and a cover of the Cuban classic “Guantanamera.”