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Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101

Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101
Studio album by Wyclef Jean
Released October 5, 2004 (US)
Recorded 2003–2004
Genre Reggae, Kompa, hip hop, reggae fusion, R&B, dancehall, bachata, world, folk
Label Koch Records
Producer Wyclef Jean, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis
Wyclef Jean chronology
The Preacher's Son
(2003)
Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101
(2004)
Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
RapReviews (7.5/10)[2]
Rolling Stone [3]

Welcome To Haiti: Creole 101 is the fifth studio album released by Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean. The album was released on October 5, 2004. The album is a contrast to Jean's previous albums, as many of the track are Caribbean-influenced and sung in different languages. President was the only single released from the album. The album's tracklisting differs between the United States and Europe. The album's lyrics have political themes.

Tracklisting

No. Title Length
1. "Jean Dominique Intro"   1:08
2. "24 é Tan Pou Viv"   4:06
3. "President"   3:36
4. "Bicentennial" (Featuring Sweet Mickey) 4:02
5. "Generation X"   4:37
6. "Party By The Sea" (Featuring T-Vice & Buju Banton) 3:51
7. "Haitian Mafia" (Featuring Foxy Brown) 4:07
8. "Le Ou Marye"   5:30
9. "Fistibal Festival" (Featuring Melky & Bud) 4:28
10. "La Bamba" (Featuring Ro-K & Gammy) 3:59
11. "Bay Micro'm Volume"   5:20
12. "Proud To Be African" (Featuring 2Face, Sound Sultan & Faze) 4:11
13. "Douce"   4:08
14. "Lavi New York" (Featuring Buggah) 4:17
15. "Fanm Kreyol" (Featuring Admiral T) 3:58
16. "No Va Rive"   4:29

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