Music: Wyclef's World

The Fugees member has gone ECLEFTIC. Will he ever rejoin his hip-hop bandmates?

Wyclef Jean is supposed to be making like Sting today, but instead he's just making it up. Wyclef (he's primarily known by his first name) is sitting behind a drum kit on the sixth floor of the Hit Factory, a recording studio in Manhattan, tapping out a jazzy rhythm while his cousin and frequent producing partner Jerry Duplessis plays along on bass guitar. The pair, who are here to tape a rendition of the Police song Walking on the Moon for the pilot of an MTV series on musical influences, are indulging in an unscheduled jam. Wyclef, who with Lauryn Hill...

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