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After being turned down by Haiti’s election committee (CEP), Wyclef Jean has decided to protest by using the platform he knows best: Music.

‘Prison Pou K.E.P.A.’ is sung entirely in Creole, so those who don’t know the language may need a translator, but the singer/rapper’s emotions are pretty clear. Obvious from the cracking in his voice, Wyclef Jean is hurt by the slight. Currently he’s appealing the decision, and we have no idea whether or not ‘Prison Pou K.E.P.A.’ is going to help his case, but from the looks of things, we have to say it’s not. We admire and respect Wyclef Jean’s all out effort to help his native home, but we are hoping he comes to peace to the terms presented to him by the CEP, sooner than later.

NEXT PAGE: LISTEN TO WYCLEF JEAN’S ‘PRISON POU K.E.P.A.’

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‘Prison Pou K.E.P.A.’ – Wyclef Jean


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