The Fugees have canceled their extremely anticipated reunion tour as a consequence of issues over the continued coronavirus pandemic, the group introduced Friday.
The legendary hip-hop group — comprising Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel — released a statement on Instagram sharing their resolution to cancel the tour, saying that the pandemic has “made touring situations tough.”
“We need to be certain we maintain our followers and ourselves wholesome and secure,” they stated.
The tour was meant to rejoice the twenty fifth anniversary of The Fugees’ Grammy-winning 1996 album, “The Rating.”
“An thought sparked to honor and rejoice this twenty fifth anniversary of ‘The Rating’ however we see now it might not at the moment be our time for revisiting this previous work,” their assertion continued.
The group added that they hope to revisit occurring tour sooner or later, ought to public security and scheduling enable.
The Fugees reunited for the first time in 15 years to carry out collectively in New York Metropolis on Sept. 22 as a part of the International Citizen Reside occasion.
Their efficiency in September was meant to kick off their worldwide reunion tour, which was initially supposed to start in November. However the group announced in October that they had been suspending the tour to “early 2022” to “guarantee the most effective probability that every one cities on the tour are absolutely open so we are able to carry out for as many followers as doable.”
The Fugees famous of their Friday assertion that they had been “grateful for the particular evening” they’d performing in New York in September.