Let’s look back at classic The Fugees videos

In honor of their upcoming tour, get ready for some nostalgia.

words by: Kai Acevedo
Dec 13, 2021

The Fugees are back! (Well, sort of) I know that that is a statement most people never thought they’d read, but it’s true. After more than 20 years of being on hiatus, the iconic group consisting of Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras announced an upcoming tour to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their classic 1996 album The Score.


All three members have been successful in the music industry since disbanding in the mid-1990s, but there’s no denying that many fans and followers have hoped that The Fugees crew would reunite in some capacity. The Fugees are one of the most influential hip-hop groups in history and their impact is still felt today. They are known for their unique blend of rap, reggae, soul music and eclectic lyrics about everything from poverty to romance. Their music was fresh and innovative, and their lyrics have been viewed as intelligent and thought provoking. They were also known for their amazing live shows.



Following the surprise announcement that The Fugees would be returning to the stage, Lauryn, Wyclef and Pras headlined a pop-up concert in NYC as a preview of what was to come. It seems like they’re back in full force and they’ll be ready to rock the stage when they come to a city near you. It’s been a minute since we last saw the legendary hip-hop group perform together as a unit on a regular basis. However, we can’t wait to see and hear what they have in store for us with their upcoming tour!


To “ensure the best chance that all cities on the tour are fully open so we can perform for as many fans as possible,” The Fugees pushed their anticipated reunion tour, which was originally slated to start in Chicago on November 2, back to 2022.


The Fugees Reunion Tour will now start on March 3, 2022 in Chicago at the United Center and make stops in Newark, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Miami and Inglewood before concluding on March 29 in Oakland. Get your tickets now.


In the meantime, enjoy watching the platinum trio all over again by checking out their unforgettable visuals. Get ready for some serious nostalgia by looking back at The Fugees’ classic videos.


“Boof Baf”

Released: October 19, 1993
Blunted on Reality


“Nappy Heads”

Released: February 1, 1994
Blunted on Reality



Released: October 18, 1994
Blunted on Reality



Released: February 13, 1996
The Score



Released: December 13, 1995
The Score


“Killing Me Softly”

Released: May 31, 1996
The Score


“Ready or Not”

Released: September 2, 1996
The Score


“No Woman, No Cry” featuring Stephen Marley

Released: December 5, 1996
The Score


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