Wyclef Jean Helps Bring Brands, Influencers Together with 'Fueled by Culture'
Grammy-winning musician Wyclef Jean is throwing his name behind a marketing agency that hopes to fill the "cultural dead spots" in media by marrying culture, music and technology in a new speaker's series co-sponsored by Forbes magazine.
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