Wyclef on His 'Haitian Experience' and Lauryn Hill

This has been one helluva year for Wyclef Jean. In January his homeland, Haiti, suffered a devastating earthquake, forcing the singer/songwriter into high gear. His non-governmental organization, Yele, raised over $1 million to help those left homeless by the quake. But that wasn't enough. In August, Jean decided to run for President of Haiti and was soon forced to bow out of the race for logistical reasons. Then exhaustion and fatigue hit, landing him in the hospital. Despite all of that, the Grammy-winning singer is back with an EP, "If I were President: My Haitian Experience." Here's what he had to say about running for president, his new music and Lauryn Hill's return to music...


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