Wyclef Jean heads to the Knitting Factory for his debut event in Boise. Wyclef is a music icon in the hip-hop world coming from one of the most prolific groups ever to take the stage, The Fugees.

MTV ranks Wyclef's The Fugees as the 9th biggest hip-hop group of all time with songs like, "Killing Me Softly", "Ready or Not", and "Fu-Gee-la" and "No Woman No Cry". The Refugees split in 1997 and everyone went on to drop hits.

Wyclef Jean went on and really never went away. Wyclef's solo career is most know by his duo with Shakira in "Hips Don't Lie.". Go ahead and add "Guantanamera", "Gone Till November", "We Tryin' to Stay Alive", "Sweetest Girl". Wyclef Jean hasn't gone anywhere!

The Fugees front-man will bring his Carnival atmosphere with Culture Club to kick-off the night off on Monday, March 19. Tickets on-sale now including some VIP seating.

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Lauryn Hill went on to break music records with her first and only solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill in 1998. "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", "Doo Wop (That Thing)", "Ex-Factor", and "Everything is Everything".

Pras from Fugees went on to drop the classic, "Ghetto Supastar".

Wyclef Jean went on and really never went away. Wyclef's solo career is most know by his duo with Shakira in "Hips Don't Lie". Go ahead and add "Guantanamera", "Gone Till November", "We Tryin' to Stay Alive", "Sweetest Girl".

Go ahead and add the shelf of Grammy's for both an artist and producer - Wyclef Jean is gonna throw down.