Pras is finally speaking up regarding some charges he is facing. He denies being apart of a international financial conspiracy.
Pras has some more explaining to do. A company is alleging he finessed them after they gave him a loan for his music.
The Fugees reunion world tour was reportedly ground due to COVID-19 concerns. A new report says group member Pras Michel is in legal trouble.
Working in partnership with Global Citizen and Live Nation, the New Jersey trio will begin an international tour on November 2.
Ms. Lauryn Hill, Praz Michel, and Wyclef Jean will reunite to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Score, an album that solidified them as elite in the eyes of many to this day.
Gina Rodriguez got promptly gathered by Black Twitter after she was seeing vigorously rapping the N-word while getting her makeup done in the video to the tune of the Fugees’ “Ready Or Not” track. After dropping an initial apology that came off weak to some, the Jane The Virgin actress followed up with an obviously […]
Pras is revisiting how rappers are watched by the law. He has announced he is working on a television show centered around Hip-Hop cops.
No, it’s not the mid-90s and that headline is very much correct. The Fugees are back, this after Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex debuted a record featuring all three of the band members.
Fans of Lauryn Hill are no doubt excited for her return to performing, and it appears she’s back to form after opening her short, multi-city tour in New York Wednesday (Nov. 27) night. After serving a three-month sentence for tax evasion, Hill didn’t miss a beat as she knocked off the ring rust.
Aswad Ayinde, an award-winning video director who worked with the Fugees, was sentenced to 40 years in prison in 2010 for molesting one of his daughters and impregnating her when she became a teenager. Ayinde was slammed with an additional 50 year sentence last week, and was confronted in court by his now-adult daughter.
Hip-Hop fans are a nostalgic bunch. Despite many of our favorite groups effectively calling it quits more than 10 years ago, we still hold out hopes for reunion albums that will capture they’re past greatness.
Aswad Ayinde, a Paterson, N.J. man on trial for charges stemming from impregnating three of his five daughters, believed that he was a prophet, according to court testimony. Beverly Ayinde, the ex-wife of the 54-year-old, was shocked to learn that her 12-year-old daughter was with child, and even more disturbed to learn who the father was.