Wyclef Jean is the latest musician to stop by NPR's offices to perform for their Tiny Desk Concert series, and he comes equipped with his band, as well as his signature guitar for the top notch set. Performing three songs from his Carnival album series, Jean laces up the offices with his vocals, mixed with his famous rapping abilities.

The "What Happened to Love" star performs two songs off of his recently released Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee, including "Borrowed Time" and "Turn Me Good." He also takes fans and viewers back in time to the beginning of his Carnival album series, performing "Gone Till November" off of the original 1997 project, which was one of his biggest hit records as a solo artist.

It's been a major year for Jean, who is making his epic return to music after a lengthy hiatus over the past few years. Not only did he unveil the third and final installment of his Carnival series, coming exactly 20 years following the first one, he also dropped his J'ouvert EP at the top of 2017 to tide his loyal fans over with new material.

Watch Wyclef bless the Tiny Desk Concert series set at the NPR offices in the video below.

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