Lauryn Hill is speaking out about the tax troubles she has be plagued with in recent years.

Lauryn Hill may want to consider that Fugees reunion tour idea after all. The state of New Jersey just hit her with a tax lien that’s almost half a million dollars.

Ms. Lauryn Hill may be sporadic with her music, but at least she is consistent with her bullsh*t.

Ms. Lauryn Hill continues to abuse her fans. And like victims, what’s left of her fanbase keeps coming back for more.

Lauryn Hill kicked off her very own music and art festival in collaboration with TIDAL. Diaspora Calling is a three-day event at Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theater, celebrating “rich tapestry of artists” from Africa, and the West Indies.

Is this what the world was supposed (hoping) to see at the Grammys? Lauryn Hill was The Weeknd‘s surprise guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday night (Feb. 19).

Fans of Lauryn Hill have endured the popular artist’s penchant for lateness over the years, and it seems that very habit impacted a scheduled performance by The Weeknd at last night’s Grammy Awards. According to reports, Hill was too late to perform the set with the nominated Canadian singer in what was going to be […]

Ms. Lauryn Hill drops an unfinished version “A Cradle in Bethlehem” for Christmas.

Netflix’s upcoming Nina Simone documentary, What Happened, Miss Simone?, is supposed to be the one to watch and several artists are recording cover songs of the late jazz legend’s discography. One of those artists just so happens to be Ms. Lauryn Hill as the degree of separation between the two are next to nothing.

Lauryn Hill posted a video expressing her deepest apologies to fans after travel complications prevented her from appearing at the May Day Live Concert in Lagos, Nigeria on May 1.

It’s been nearly 20 years since Lauryn Hill released her critically acclaimed, Grammy-winning solo debut The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill. That very album has been selected to enter the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry, a spot saved for culturally and historically significant work.

It has been a long time coming but with all the platinum plaques and mounting accolades, female rappers have finally earned enough clout to be known for emceeing more than their estrogen.