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    (October 19, 1972- )
    Born in Brooklyn, New York
    Birth name was Prakazrei Samuel Michel
    Member of the Fugees
    Recorded the albums 'Ghetto Supastar' (1998) and 'Win, Lose or Draw' (2005)
    Recorded the single 'Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)' with ODB and Mya (1998)
    Appeared in the films 'Mystery Men' (1999), 'Turn It Up' (2000), 'Higher Ed' (2001), 'Go For Broke' (2002) and 'The Mutant Chronicles' (2007)
    He goes by a pretentious single name.
    As a solo act, he was a one-hit wonder in the US.
    He fathered a son out of wedlock (2010).
    He was a repeat no-show in Family Court when his baby mama sued for additional child support (2014-15).
    He had a falling out with fellow Fugee (and his cousin) Wycef Jean when Jean ran for president of Haiti and Pras endorsed singer (and eventual victor) 'Sweet Mickey' Martelly (2010).
    He pursued a double major in Philosophy and Psychology in college.
    He turned a Dolly Parton-Kenny Rogers duet written by Barry Gibb into a hip-hop hit.
    He lived on skid row in Los Angeles for nine days for a documentary about the homeless (2006).

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