I'm leaving the group, I've had it." I was like, call [then-Sony Chairman] Donnie Ienner.
To celebrate the album, spoke with many of those responsible for making it: a then-little known pianist named John Legend, D' Angelo, engineer Commissioner Gordon, backup singers, New-Ark producers, Hill's longtime companion Rohan Marley, and her Fugee bandmate Pras Michel.
The Beginning: Jayson Jackson (former manager, Lauryn Hill): The Fugees were on the road in the summer of '96 and Lauryn called me like, "I can't believe these muthafuckers.
I've been talking about making my solo record for the longest and they're doing everybody's solo record but mine!
And Rohan’s sticking to his story — even though he was photographed with his pregnant partner in New York just a month ago!
Days before the Grammys on February 15, rumors swirled about Lauryn Hill performing alongside The Weeknd. The Weeknd | REHEARSAL FOR THE GRAMMY TONIGHT 🌪🙌🏾 They are making HISTORY 🔥#Ms Lauryn Hill #The Weeknd #Grammys #CLASSIC #History #Music #Live #LA #FLEEK #Miseducation #ninarevisited #The Fugees A photo posted by SANKOFA 2k16 (@selimzion) on Feb 15, 2016 at am PST "The Grammys announced a performance by Ms. Any performance that could have happened was never confirmed, and should not have been advertised as such. Hill was invited to do a collaboration with an artist she appreciates.
Not only did one of Hill's musicians share a photo hinting at a possible trip to El Lay, but another insider also teased at a collab earlier in the evening. The performance was intended to be a surprise and unfortunately due to its last minute nature, was unable to come to fruition." Wow it sounds like L.
Hill had concerts all weekend, leaving no time to prepare, and was uncertain she would even be able to make it to LA in time to rehearse for the event. Hill still remains an amazing artist and contributor to R&B — hopefully she'll grace the Grammys stage once again!
Lauryn Hill’s tax issues were made public earlier this week, and now the singer is responding to the news written about it.
Hill, according to the New York Daily News, owes New Jersey 8,211.