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Holiday Surprise! Lauryn Hill Releases New Material


Lauryn Hill celebrated Christmas day with the release of her very own cover of Nat King Cole‘s ‘A Cradle In Bethlehem.’ 

Though unfinished the cut comes as a welcome surprise for fans who are still hoping for a second studio album from the ‘Zion’ chanteuse.

Listen below…


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Watch: Lauryn Hill Electrifies ‘Fallon’ With ‘Feeling Good’ [Performance]

8-Time Grammy Winner Rocks With Rare Appearance


Save for a series of annual live shows, Lauryn Hill has taken on a reclusive presence in the music industry over the last decade.

However, when Ms. Hill steps out, she shines like only she can.

Case in point, this evening on the ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’

The 8-time Grammy winner rocked the house with a cover of jazz classic ‘Feeling Good’ – one of her critically hailed contributions to the new Nina Simone compilation – ‘Nina Revisited.’

 Watch the former Fugees front-woman in action after the jump…


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New Song: Lauryn Hill – ‘Feeling Good’ [Nina Simone Cover]


The reclusive Lauryn Hill returns to the spotlight in honor of soul legend Nina Simone.

In a rare move, the critically hailed songstress has covered a track – namely Simone’s signature hit ‘Feeling Good.’

The former Fugees front-woman offered up her rendition for Netflix’s upcoming documentary on the diva titled ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’

Rolling Stone reports that Hill initially signed on to record a duo of songs for the project, yet was so stirred that she ended up recording six (and becoming the soundtrack’s co-producer).

Speaking on Simone’s impact, the 40-year-old, whose ‘Miseducation’ LP was inducted into the Library of Congress, gushed:

“Because I fed on this music, both hers and lovers like her, like my basic food, I believed I always had a right to have a voice. Her example is clearly a form of sustenance to a generation needing to find theirs. What a gift.”

Listen to Lauryn as she tackles the 1965 smash below…


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Watch: Lauryn Hill Thrills With Acoustic Performance of ‘Doo Wop (That Thing)’ On Facebook

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Lauryn Hill’s comeback may be on its way uphill, but that journey hasn’t come with its share of obstacles.

Indeed, the Grammy winning songstress has developed quite the unfortunate reputation for tardiness, reported prima donna antics, and other murmurs of unusual behavior since steadily touring around the world.

But, while fans of Lagos, Nigeria were about to add their names to the growing list of the diva’s detractors for a missed show yesterday, Hill took to Facebook to offer her apologies for the inconvenience via an acoustic performance of her signature hit ‘Doo Wop (That Thing)’ with a few special guests.

See it below:


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Impact: ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ Inducted Into Library Of Congress


Seventeen years have passed since Lauryn Hill rocked the music industry with her debut album, ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.’ And like a fine wine, the impact of the set tastes better today than ever.

For, it has been announced that the groundbreaking project is the latest musical recording to be entered into the US Library of Congress.

The significance of this is explained below…


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Lauryn Hill Announces Acoustic Performance Series


Lauryn Hill is hitting the road again!

Yes, as Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani begin work on brand new shows, Ms. Hill is now gearing up to launch the ‘Small Axe: Acoustic Performance Series‘, set for takeoff next month!

Dates below…


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Watch: Jazmine Sullivan Tributes Lauryn Hill & Roberta Flack In NYC


NYC’s Gramercy Theatre had the pleasure of welcoming Jazmine Sullivan through its doors this month, inviting her to perform a number of her more celebrated numbers for her fans in the city.

It was there, much to the delight of these fans, did she tribute ‘Lost Ones‘ chanteuse Lauryn Hill and Roberta Flack, by performing the classic number ‘Killing Me Softly With His Song‘, released by the latter in 1973 and covered by Hill during her time in The Fugees.

How Sullivan’s version compares?

Find out below…


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