Fujis band members Lauren Hill, Wicklef Jean and Fraz Michael have announced the reunion of their beloved band, marking the 25th anniversary of the release of their album "The Score".
Their first performances as a band in 15 years will take place across the United States, Europe and Africa, in the coming months of November and December.
The united band is currently scheduled to perform 12 times, in places like America, England, France, Nigeria and other countries.
Alongside this, the band will hold a breakout performance today (Wednesday) in a secret place in New York.
The Fujis burst into consciousness in 1996 with "The Score", which was actually their second album and which brought them a lot of recognition.
This is thanks to huge hits like "Ready or Not", "Killing Me Softly" and others.
Despite personal issues between the band members, they continued to perform together for about a decade - even as some of them embarked on various solo careers (the most successful of which is that of Lauren Hill).
The band disbanded in 2006 and over the years its members have ruled out the possibility of reunification.
In fact, in a 2007 interview, Faraz addressed the issue and said he thought there was a higher chance that terrorist Osama bin Laden and then-US President George W. Bush would have coffee together and discuss foreign policy.
A press release issued by Hill now reads: "Fujis has a complex but influential history. I decided to honor this significant project, the anniversary of its release and the fans who appreciated the music and created a convenient platform on which we can unite, perform the music we love and set an example of reconciliation for Worldwide".