Lauryn Hill is an American musician who got her start as a member of the Fugees in the 1990s. She broke out into a solo career in 1998, when she released “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.” At the 1999 Grammys, Hill was nominated for an unprecedented ten awards, a feat that had never before been accomplished by a female artist. She went on to win five Grammys, including Album of the Year.
In the following years, Hill tried her hand at acting and several other endeavors. She became more and more dissatisfied with the music industry, and by 2000 she had begun a self-imposed exile, refusing to give interviews, watch TV or listen to music. In 2004, Hill returned with the Fugees, who broke up again in 2006.
In April 2009, Hill announced plans for a short European tour in July of the same year. However, in June she canceled the entire venture, citing unspecified health reasons.
Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pris Michel have announced that they will be performing together as the Fugees for the first time in 15 years and touring for the first time in 25 years, celebrating the anniversary of their hit 1996 album The Score. The tour launches in November... Read more
R&B fans will have to wait a little longer to attend this year’s Lovers & Friends Festival. The Los Angeles-based music festival, produced by Goldenvoice, was slated to take place over two days from May 8th to 9th. However, organizers followed suite of other festivals across the country by... Read more
An impressive slate of R&B and hip-hop stars will all hit the stage at the very first Lovers & Friends Festival. The one-day bash will take over LA’s Dignity Health Sports Park on May 9 and feature performances from Usher, Ludacris, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Lil Jon, TLC, Summer Walker,... Read more
Summary by Dyana Ryba, TicketNews: Amnesty International is holding its Human Rights Concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on February 5th this year. It is the organization’s first Human Rights Concert since 1998, and many artists are set to appear. Imagine Dragons, Flaming Lips, and Lauryn... Read more
Hip-hop stars Nas and Ms. Lauryn Hill will join together this fall for a 10 stop tour kicking off October 29 at the Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, TX. The tour, titiled Life is Good/Black Rage, will run for 3 weeks winding down on November 19 at the Fox Theater... Read more
Rallying musician Lauryn Hill will spend more time touring in early 2011 than originally expected. The long-dormant hip-hop and R&B star will hit the North American circuit hard in the New Year with nearly 20 concerts slated for the coming weeks. The singer and songwriter has already completed three... Read more
Scattered concert dates and one festival appearance have cropped up on the calendar of reclusive singer-songwriter Lauryn Hill. The former leading lady of R&B and hip-hop, who fell out of the public eye in recent years, began a comeback of sorts this year that included four summer dates with... Read more
Grammy winning R&B/hip-hop star and former Fugees frontwoman Lauryn Hill has called off her entire European tour, citing unspecified health issues, according to the Associated Press. The summer trek would have been her comeback tour and marked her return to Europe after a two year absence since she was... Read more
Former Fugees singer and solo artist Lauryn Hill is in line to hit the European tour circuit this summer after years of on-again, off-again hiatus. Most dates on Hill’s 2009 itinerary remain under wraps, but she is a confirmed performer at two jazz festivals in July. The first date... Read more