After serving 3 months last summer for tax evasion, Lauryn Hill his bouncing back with a vengeance!
Lauryn Hill has always been outspoken when it comes to societal issues (heard in her latest songs "Consumerism" and "Neurotic Society").
The eight-time Grammy-Award winner will perform at a Thanksgiving Eve show at New Yorkâs Bowery Ballroom on November 27, her first performance since being released from prison
Lauryn Hill is ready to hit the road and for fans, the wait won't be very long. According to TMZ, Hill has been granted permission to tour in just over a month and will embark on a several week trek that won't close until late December.
Shortly before her release from prison for failure to pay taxes on approximately $1 million, Lauryn Hill releases the socially-charged song âConsumerism.â
Lauryn Hill updates fans that sheâs doing well from federal prison via a short letter on Tumblr.
It was found that she didn't say the racist statement and even if Ms. Lauryn Hill did she feels it would not have been racist.
Lauryn Hill is very thankful to the people who penned letters on her behalf to the judge that recently sentenced her to three months behind bars due to her tax delinquency issues
Monday (May 6), multi-Grammy award winner Lauryn Hill was sentenced to three months in federal prison for failure to pay taxes on income made from 2005-2007.
Lauryn Hill unleashes the new song in the name of "Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)," her first offering since signing a new record deal with Sony Music