If you asked Pras Michel, a founding member of the legendary hip-hop trio the Fugees, about his watch collection, you’d get quite the answer. Life at the peak of the East Coast rap game has given him the goods to flourish not only as a businessman, but as a prolific watch collector with a particular weakness for Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet. A tour through his watch collection reveals a grand assortment of spectacularly rare and unique pieces, many of which carry with them a remarkable tale of how they found their way into his possession.
Beyond watches, Pras also has stories to tell on the silver screen. His documentary, Sweet Micky for President, tells the tale of how he helped elect the president of his home country, Haiti. He also recently bought the rights to the book, “The Search For Johnny Nichols,” which tells the true story of a Haitian man imprisoned in a concentration camp during WWII.
Haute Time sat down with the rapper turned filmmaker and haute collector to discuss his love for luxury watches, the stories behind some of his favorite pieces and life after the Fugees….
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