Though Jean hasn't offered many additional details about the concert, he's hoping to provide relief for the country, which has grown more volatile since the ouster of former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide earlier this year by rebels.
Though Wyclef grew up in Brooklyn, New York, the former Fugee was born in Croix-des-Bouquets in Haiti in 1972. Throughout his career, he's done benefits to aid the troubled Caribbean nation. According to reports, Wyclef has also recorded a new semi-autobiographical concept album in the country's native tongue, Sak Pase Presents Creole 101 (Welcome to Haiti) for Canada's Vik Recordings.
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