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Throwback Tuesdays--The Fugees!!

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Anybody remember back when Lauryn Hill was still normal?

You know we love you Lauryn...just keep taking thos meds girl.

Anyways, while crusing the vaults I came across this old school Mona Lisa jam and had to post it. It's a return to rare form. Wyclef, who was bald when this video came out, grew locks halfway down his back, and is now bald again, Praz sounds the most normal, and Lauryn is just styling and profiling and having a good time. Who knows why things have to be so different for this talented threesome, but here's to the Nappy Heads.--Jonathan Cunningham

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