Brought to you by Hill's VEVO, this video takes place at two block parties in New York City, one in1967 and the other in 1998. It's great fun, but what does it all mean?
This was another hit from Hill's debut solo album, reaching #35 on the Billboard Hot 100.
We're not really sure how we feel about this Lauryn Hill/Charles Manson mash-up performed at Bonaroo, but hey, sometimes folk singers just wanna have fun in funny masks.
NPR's "50 Great Voices" series features Lauryn Hill and includes interviews with friends and fellow musicians about the importance of her career. Hill herself gives a charming yet serious interview and suggests she might record new music sometime soon.
More than a decade after The Miseducation…, Hill is still defending her decision not to release any new music. "We want an album," says Touré. "We'll see," Hill responds.