Rapsody and Wyclef Drop Knowledge | Run That Back | Ep 5

Rapsody joins Wyclef Jean on Run That Back for an unfiltered conversation full of untold stories. Rapsody talks about North Carolina and creating her world through music. Rapsody pays homage to all the legends who have inspired her and her roots in poetry. Stay tuned!

In a segment called “Put Me On” featuring Arlo Parks, Wyclef gives a sample from their new song Black Dog.

Madeline Nelson talks about the binge watching since she’s been at home. Wyclef closes the show with some Acoustic Jams with some Fugees inspiration.

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Special thanks to our friends at BACARDÍ® for providing drinks for this week’s episode. In today’s Rum Talk segment Wyclef was enjoying an Old Cuban.

Ingredients:
2 parts BACARDÍ® Reserva Ocho Rum
4 mint leaves
1 part simple syrup
1 part lime juice
2 dashes bitters
2 1/2 parts MARTINI & ROSSI Prosecco (No ice)

For more info visit https://www.bacardi.com/us/en/

Run That Back is an only-of-its-kind show for music lovers of any type, everywhere. Developed by Malka Media and hosted by the legendary Wyclef Jean, RunThatBack is the most immersive, fascinating and down right unpredictable show you’ll ever experience about innovation and collaboration. Join Wyclef as he interviews heavy hitters from all walks of life, from music to sports and beyond. You never know what you’ll learn about the world or music from Clef, but you definitely won’t find it anywhere else guaranteed to make you want to RunThatBack.

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