Fugees

The Fugees were an American music group, popular during the mid-1990s, whose repertoire includes primarily hip-hop, with elements of soul, and Caribbean music (particularly reggae). The members of the group are leader/rapper/producer Wyclef Jean, rapper/singer Lauryn Hill, and rapper Pras Michel. Both Jean and Michel are of Haitian heritage; Hill is an African American native of South Orange, New Jersey. Deriving their name from the term "refugee" Read more on Last.fm
Refugee Camp: Bootleg Versions
Ready Or Not (Clark Kent & Django remix)
Nappy Heads (Mad Spider mix)
Don't Cry Dry Your Eyes
Vocab (Salaam's remix)
Ready Or Not (Salaam's Ready for the Show remix)
No Woman No Cry (remix)
Vocab (Refugees Hip Hop remix)
Blunted on Reality
Introduction
Nappy Heads
Blunted Interlude
Recharge
Freestyle Interlude
Vocab
Special News Bulletin Interlude
Boof Baf
Temple
How Hard Is It
Harlem Chit Chat Interlude
Some Seek Stardom
Giggles
Da Kid From Haiti Interlude
Refugees on the Mic
Livin Like There Ain't No Tomorrow
Shout Outs From the Block
Nappy Heads (remix)