7 thoughts on “ Wyclef Jean - Whats Clef Got To Do With It ”
[Wyclef Jean] Yo, this my question [The Product] What's your question? [Chorus] What's Clef got to do with this, got to do with this? What's Clef? I'm not a Bob Marley impostor What's Clef got to do with this, got to do with this? Tell your ghost writers, "Go write something better" [Phone Rings] [Phone Voice Sample] If you need help, try, try.
I got that red eye bomb, get you stoned (yeah) I got them gunshots, head knock 'til my bed stop [Wyclef Jean] Hey, I'm from a place called New Jersey, they call it the New Jersey land I'm only here for one night girl, I'm on the plane tomorrow But I love the way you move girl and do that belly dancin.
Me and Clef on this track what you want Heard you wanna battle us both I hope you don`t Hand me my mic, two woofers in my trunk (huh) Sound like gonk-ga-gonk-ga-gonk-ga-gonk-ga-ga-ga-gonk I drink that Dom Perignon (oh) I drink that shot of Petron to turn me on (uh) I got that red eye bomb, [ ].
Wyclef Jean,What's Clef Got To Do With It?,White Label,Vinyl 12 Inch,XPR ,,Hip Hop: Energy Flash Records - Classic Dance Vinyl,12 inch, Music, Singles, LPs & CDs. Quality DJ collections and warehouse finds, House, Hip-Hop, Techno, Electro, Drum & Bass, Breakbeats, Soul & Funk and Disco, rarities, minimal, synth pop.
I got that red eye bomb, get you stoned (yeah) I got them gunshots, head knock 'til my bed stop [Wyclef Jean] Hey [echoes] It goes, “Missy you hit me with the henny got me dizzy like a lesbi I heard you wear turtleneckses' to hide your hickies.” I'm freaky, dickie, like Samantha ‘Sex in the City' Lookie, lookie here I only came to party.
Wyclef Jean is releasing his autobiography, and folks got a sneak peek at it and got some quotables. One of the things he addresses is his deep affair with Lauryn Hill, which led to the eventual breakup of the Fugees. And then the MARRIED Wyclef thought he was the dad to Lauryn’s first kid, Zion.
Wyclef has been rewarded for his creativity and adventurousness with three Grammy Awards, a spot on the cover of Rolling Stone’s special "Top 50 Hip Hop Players," and the opportunity to make music with such legends as Michael Jackson, Queen, Mick Jagger, Paul Simon, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kenny Rogers, and Tom Jones.