Toronto, ON – February 3, 2017 – Wyclef Jean has released the highly anticipated EP, J’ouvert,today. J’ouvertmeaning the official start of Carnival, comes in advance of a full-length album aptly titled, Carnival III: Road To Clefication, dropping this summer on the 20th anniversary of Wyclef’s critically acclaimed debut, The Carnival. To celebrate, Wyclef has premiered the track, Holding On The Edge, featuring Walk The Moon via i-D. Listen to the track here, and buy the album here.


The digital version of J’ouvert includes four exclusive tracks, including a cover of the classic French song, Ne Me Quitte Pas, by Jacques Brel. Previously released tracks from the EP include, If I Was President 2016, I Swear feat. Young Thug, and Life Matters.


Wyclef is known for his wealth of musical influences, from jazz to classic rock to reggae. With his critically acclaimed, Grammy nominated debut, The Carnival, he launched himself as a producer and solo artist whose work drew from elements of pop, country, folk, disco, Latin, and electronic music. As a solo artist, Wyclef Jean has released six albums that have sold nearly nine million copies worldwide, including 1997’s The Carnival,and 2000’s The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book.

Additionally, Wyclef will be inducted into The New Jersey Hall of Fame class of 2016. He will join 15 other inductees to be honoured on May 7th at Convention Hall in Asbury Park.


J’ouvert Tracklisting:

1. The Ring
2. I Swear feat. Young Thug
3. Rear View
4. Holding On The Edge feat. Walk The Moon
5. Little Things feat. T-Baby and Allyson Casado
6. Lady Haiti
7. Party Started feat. Farina and Nutron
8. Hendrix
9. Life Matters
10. If I Was President 2016
11. I Swear (Acoustic)
12. Hendrix (Acoustic)
13. Ne Me Quitte Pas

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