Talk:Lauryn Hill

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Comment by NotGonnaTellYouMyNameEdit

THAT PHOTO IS NOT LAURYN HILL!!!!!! CHANGE IT NOW!

assumptionsEdit

The article claims that Lauryn Hill denounced her fame writing more spiritual and introspective songs. This may be an assumption rather than fact.

My interpretation of Lauryn Hill's MTV performance shows that she offered her gift to the audience then and into the future as a text more than hip, cool, and possibly dumbing. And if her fame dropped as a result of this change in material it was consequential, not choice. As Lauryn stated: "Even if one person...."

And that one person has grown to include the entire R&B culture. Off the top of my head, take a listen to the Black Eyed Peas "Do What You Want", the final track of the Monkey Business album. It definitely has connotations pertinent to Lauryn Hill's "I find It Hard To Say (Rebel)".


anybody who doesn't think lauryn can hit the note in "to zion" should go to youtube.com and search for lauryn hill.. there's several concert footage which proves she can hit it.. anyway why would a woman of her integrity claim she could hit it and not do it?? GET REAL

archive this talk.dis page some one PLEASEEdit

archive this page some one PLEASE..thx.

did Mis Ed sell 8mill or 9millEdit

[1] changed the numbers. If s/he is wrong, pls change them back.


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Reference named "Rollingstone":

  • From Dixie Chicks: Devenish, Colin. "Dixie Chicks Rock the Vote" Archived January 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine, Rolling Stone, July 22, 2003. Retrieved August 19, 2008.
  • From Phil Collins: Greene, Andy (24 January 2014). "Phil Collins: 'I've Just Started to Work With Adele'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 25 January 2014.

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