Hip-Hop/Reggae star Wyclef Jean has recently released his sixth studio album entitled, "Carnival Vol. II Memoirs Of An Immigrant."  His newest release is by far my favorite out of all his past releases.  On this album, Wyclef takes his musical abilities to a whole new level, mixing so many different types of music artists from different genres.  Two of my favorite tracks on the album consist of, "Fast Car (Feat. Paul Simon)," and "Any Other Day (Feat. Norah Jones)."  In these two tracks, we see a much different side to Wyclef, and his music productions.  These two songs have a softer and calmer (more of a Folk type of feel to them).  Overall, Wyclef's most recent album release is one of my favorite, and if you are someone who has never heard of Wyclef Jean, you should pick up "Carnival Vol. II Memoirs Of An Immigrant" and give it a listen.

The Track Listing:
"Riot (Trouble Again) (Feat. Serj Tankian & Sizzla)
"Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) (Feat. Akon, Lil’ Wayne & Niia)"
"Welcome to the East (Feat. Sizzla)"
"Slow Down (Feat. T.I.)"
"King and Queen (Feat. Shakira)
"Fast Car (Feat. Paul Simon)"
"What About The Baby (Feat. Mary J. Blige)"
"Hollywood Meets Bollywood (Immigration) (Feat. Chamillionaire)"
"Any Other Day (Feat. Norah Jones)
"Heaven’s In New York"
"Selena (Feat. Melissa Jimenez)"
"Touch Your Button Carnival Jam (Feat. Will.I.Am, Melissa Jimenez, Machel Montano, Daniela Mercury, Black Alex, Shabba & Djakout Muzik)"
"On Tour (Bonus Track) (Feat. Lucina)
"China Wine (Bonus Track) (Feat. Sun, Elephant Man & Tony Matterhorn)"
"Sweetest Girl (Dolla Bill) (Remix) (Feat. Akon, Lil' Wayne, & Raekwon)"

Akon & Wyclef may joke about producing music together, but the two of them together could produce some crazy stuff that in my opinion, could be tight.  Who knows if they were joking?  They most likely were, but those two working together on a production would be amazing!

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