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The Fugees: Emigration Terrorists

Profile and Interview by Angus Batey, New Musical Express, February 1994

Fact: like it or lump it in with the nastier things in life, hip-hop is still growing like the tumour from hell. Fittingly, as the ...

The Fugees: Forum, Kentish Town, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, June 1996

THE 'GEE-FUNK ERA ...

Fugees: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles

Live Review by Cliff Jones, MOJO, October 1996

COOL ALWAYS HAS CONTEXT. Tonight that context is the growing awareness that hip hop and black American music in general have embraced a new set ...

The Fugees: Runaway Success

Report and Interview by Sonia Poulton, Muzik, January 1997

From healthy US hip hop act to global superstars in under twelve months, you could say 1996 has been a remarkable year for the FUGEES. ...

Hip Hop Don't Stop

Overview by David Bennun, Hot Air, 1999

A LITTLE over two minutes into The Fugees' 1996 hit 'Ready Or Not', the voice of Lauryn Hill is thrown into relief by a brief ...

Miss Education: Lauryn Hill

Interview by Simon Witter, Times, The, June 1999

With five Grammies on her mantelpiece, two children and a charity to her name, singer Lauryn Hill has achieved an awful lot at the tender ...

The Fugees: 'Killing Me Softly'

Retrospective by Johnny Black, Blender, May 2003

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on The Fugees' 'Killing Me Softly' ...

see also Lauryn Hill

see also Wyclef Jean

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