Fugees to reunite for new album

The former Fugees stars Lauryn Hill and fellow Fugees Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel are to reform the band.

The former Fugees stars have dropped their solo projects to reform the hip hop band - nine years after the group split.

Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill and Pras Michel parted company in 1996 after their debut The Score became the best-selling rap album of all time.

But the trio - who briefly reformed for a surprise gig in Brooklyn, New York last September hope to outdo the success of their first disc by recording a second album together.

Michel explains: "We're working on it. Clef and Lauryn's putting tracks together while I drop my solo album."

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