The 1990s were a fantastic time for music, with several major groups emerging and becoming critical darlings. Some of these groups included hip-hop groups like Arrested Development, The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, and more. The Fugees were another successful group, scoring several hits like “Fu-Gee-La”, “Ready or Not”, and perhaps most notably, “Killing Me Softly”, a cover of the 1971 classic by singer Roberta Flack. Each of these songs came from their second and final studio album The Score.
After the Fugees disbanded, all three members of the group went on to establish their own solo careers, but it was Lauryn Hill who arguably achieved the greatest success. Her debut album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill became a massive critical and commercial success, winning several Grammy Awards and selling over 18 million copies worldwide.
Lauryn Hill has yet to release a proper follow up to her highly successful debut album, but she has remained relatively active in terms of festival appearances. If you’ve yet to see her in concert, she will be headlining MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series. The concert will be coming to The Fillmore on December 9th and will include performances by Hill as well as other artists from the African diaspora.
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