Live Sessions Wyclef Speaks (Photo Credit: SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation)

Published on September 21st, 2017 | by Jerry Doby

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SiriusXM’s ‘Artist Confidential’ featuring Wyclef Jean on protecting Hip Hop Culture

VH1 Hip Hop Honors has passed and opinions abound…both sides; detractors and supporters, have weighed in. No matter what side anyone is on, everyone can agree that Hip Hop has been life changing for many on a global scale and the creators/icons of THE CULTURE should be protected to the utmost. Wyclef dropped in on SiriusXM FLY with Kid Capri for a dope interview and spoke on just this thing:

Here’s the official line on the interview:

Rapper, musician, and producer Wyclef Jean visited the SiriusXM studios for SiriusXM’s ‘Artist Confidential’ series.  Wyclef spoke about his latest album, Carnival III: Fall and Rise of a Refugee, which features contributions from Emeli Sandé, Supah Mario, The Knocks Lunch Money Lewis and multi-platinum DJ/recording artist DJ Khaled, and on VH1’s Hip Hop Honors.

Wyclef Speaks (Photo Credit: SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation)

Wyclef Speaks (Photo Credit: SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation)

Wyclef on VH1’s Hip Hop Honors and protecting Hip Hop culture:

“…I have like my own personal opinion about Hip Hop Honors. I just feel like it’s so important that culturally, that we protect the icons in this super super right way…”

Segment: Wyclef Jean (@wyclefArtist Confidential. Hosted by Kid Capri (@kidcapri101on SiriusXM (@SIRIUSXM) FLY channel 47

SiriusXM’s ‘Artist Confidential’ featuring Wyclef Jean will air on Saturday, September 23 at 5:00 pm ET on SiriusXM Fly channel 47.

Wyclef at SiriusXM Studios (Photo Credit: SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation)

Audio and photos courtesy of SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation Twitter (@HipHopNation)

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