by Wyclef Jean and Anthony Bozza
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Touching on themes of poverty, immigration, father/son relationships, and fame, a musician, producer, and actor details his childhood growing up in Haiti and Newark, and gives the inside story on the hip hop group The Fugees.
October 8, 2012 Wyclef Jean has been in the limelight for nearly two decades. He's a multi-platinum musician, producer, and politician in his native Haiti. Now, he's out with a new memoir, Purpose: An Immigrant's Story. He sits down with host Michel Martin to talk his book, his childhood in Haiti, and how music helped him adjust to life in the U.S.
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