The Fugees performed a pop-up show in New York City to launch their upcoming reunion tour called 'Diaspora Calling.'
September 23, 2021 Diaspora Calling, the Fugees reunion tour will be the best tour thus far in the century! The Fugees performed a pop-up show in New York City to launch their upcoming reunion tour called Diaspora Calling. Orchestrated to celebrate the 25 year anniversary of The Score album, this musical healing moment was about more than the best-selling Hip-Hop offering of all time. It was about family, finding themselves back in harmony after life happens. In the words of Ms. Lauryn Hill, AllHipHop.com was in the place to respect the miracle. Ms. Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean of the Fugees (Photo use courtesy of Stella Magloire) Attendees were told that the show would start early in the evening, but in actuality, the concert started around 10 p.m. EST. True fans giddily awaited Hills signature contralto, Wyclef Jeans patois-tinged emceeing, and Pras Michels weaving of the two. Those same music lovers, who anxiously awaited to hear their favorite group perform, lost their minds when the brass band started to play the intro of the set. A small frame warmed up the trombones, saxes, trumpets, and more lending signs that this experience was going to be more than just historic but was going to be a cornucopia of rap excellence. And with the mumble of Wyclef spitting Picking up your microphones to prime the crowd for their first song, the Holy Spirit seemed to descend on the crowd. Hip-Hops Pentecost dropped tongues of hot fire over the heads of the audience. God was truly in the midst, affirming Hills respect the miracle comment. Few videos will exist of this impromptu concert as phones were yondrd at the door and producers had big security guards trudging through the crowd to snatch anyone who snuck a phone in and tried to bootleg the concert. But you know our folk #ThisIsHipHop Read more