The group announced their return earlier this week
Lauryn Hill opens up about this week’s surprise Fuji reunion.
After years of speculation, the group announced earlier this week that they are reuniting for a 2021 world tour.
The hugely influential hip-hop group – Hill, composed of Wycliffe Jean and Pres Mitchell, achieved great success in the 1990s with only two studio albums, 1994’s “Blunt on Reality” and the classic 1996 record “The Score”.
The group split for the first time in 1997, and, while they reformed briefly between 2004 and 2006, they have been inactive since then. However, it has now been revealed that the group will tour later this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of ‘The Score’.
Earlier this week at the group’s first comeback gig, which was billed as an “intimate pop-up show,” Hill reportedly told the audience: “We have a complicated but beautiful history,” (K I through) Summary)
It made a statement about Reunion Hill earlier this week: “The Fugees have a complicated but impressive history. I decided to honor this important project, its anniversary, and the fans who made music by creating a peaceful stage.” Appreciated, where we can unite, perform our favorite music and set an example of reconciliation to the world.”
“As I celebrate twenty-five years with the Fugitives, my first memory was that we swore from the gate we wouldn’t just do music, we would be a movement,” Wycliffe said. “We will be a voice for the unheard, and in these challenging times, I am once again grateful that God has brought us together.”
You can check out the dates for the Fujis’ upcoming reunion tour below. tickets go on sale Here Today (September 24) at 10 a.m. local time.
22 – New York, Secret Pop-up Show
2 – Chicago, United Center
7 – Oakland, Oakland Arenas
12 – Los Angeles, Forum
18 – Atlanta, State Farm Arena
21 – Miami, FTX Arena
26 – Newark, Prudential Center
28 – Washington DC, Capital One Arena
4 – Paris, La Defense Arena
6 – London, O2
18 – Ghana, TBC
TBC – Nigeria, TBC