Jean, Wyclef : Two Wrongs

Ah, you can't be cross at him for long...

You have to wonder how much faith Wyclef Jean has in this dreamy reggae meander if he feels the need to appear in adverts for Virgin as rainy-day back-up. Still.

This might not be as much fun as ‘Perfect Gentleman' - no fallen women to save this time - but with the Fugees still MIA, the worst flirt in popular music can rely on ‘Two Wrongs' to seduce the charts like a bucket of champagne on a bearskin rug. Claudette Ortiz of City High plays the wronged woman, demanding commitment and family; Wyclef Jean, meanwhile, promises he'll try and come home on time – which is presumably sometime in November - and "make love all night". Ah, you can't be cross at him for long.

Victoria Segal

Share This

More Reviews

Foo Fighters - 'St Cecilia'

An EP dedicated to victims of the Paris attacks shows the Foos are on defiant form


SOPHIE – 'Product'

This London producer has worked with Madonna and is releasing his excellent debut as a sex toy


Arca – 'Mutant'

A second album of twisted futurism from Björk’s right-hand man

Connect With Us
This Week's Magazine