Hear Pusha T and Lauryn Hill's New Kanye-Produced Song 'Coming Home'
The soulful jam is the second new single from King Push this week.
Lauryn Hill Shouldn't Still Have To Correct You
Twenty years ago, Lauryn Hill outlined a solo album that dismantled the restrictions society projected on her and two decades later, she’s still fighting to define herself.
Lauryn Hill Denies Mistreating Her Band and Stealing Parts of 'Miseducation'
"I reject being pigeonholed or pinned down by someone else’s uninformed concept of me. I’m my own person, free to explore my potential like everyone else," Hill wrote in a Medium post.
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A$AP Rocky Drops New Album ‘TESTING’ feat Frank Ocean, FKA Twigs, and More
'TESTING' is finally here, featuring collabs with Skepta, Lauryn Hill, Playboi Carti, and more.
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Lauryn Hill Remixes Drake's "Nice for What," Completes the Circle
At New York's Apollo Theatre last night, the hip-hop icon remixed the remix to "Ex-Factor."
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Drake Drops New Lauryn Hill-Sampling Track "Nice For What"
The video features Tiffany Haddish, Syd, Rashida Jones, Olivia Wilde, Emma Roberts, and literally so, so many more.
What Is The Grammys' Beef With Black Women?
Women were shut out of this year’s Grammys, but SZA’s five-nomination snub felt like watching Beyoncé lose all over again.
Lauryn Hill Joins DJ Snake for a Surprise Coachella Performance
The two performed a handful of Fugees tracks.
How Black Female MCs Changed the Conversation Through Hip-Hop
Lady B, Salt-N-Pepa, Missy, Lauryn Hill, Foxy Brown, Lil' Kim, and Nicki Minaj—it's time we recognized all of their contributions to feminism.
Kendrick Lamar's 'To Pimp a Butterfly' Will Be Archived in Harvard's Library
Along with 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,' 'The Low End Theory,' and Nas' 'Illmatic.'
Why Princess Nokia Matters Now, More Than Ever
Destiny Frasqueri, aka Princess Nokia, knows herself. You should too.
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Little Simz Is Pioneering UK Rap, So Why Won’t the Industry Support Her?
Just because an artist refuses to fit into the prescribed notions of what a British act sounds like, doesn’t mean our award systems should ignore her.