May 29, 2005 15:00


A new album is on the way...

Hip-hop giants Fugees are to record a second album together nine years after parting company, according to former member PRAS MICHEL.

After their 1996 release ‘The Score’ became the biggest selling hip-hop album of all time, Michel, Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill went their separate ways, and have all recorded successful solo albums.

"We're working on it," said Michel in an interview with Rolling Stone. "Clef and Lauryn's putting tracks together while I drop my solo album.”

Michel also said that more guerrilla gigs were in the pipeline, after they reformed briefly and unannounced for an event in Brooklyn last September.

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