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Watch Lauryn Hill Perform ‘Rebel’ on Charlie Rose


Lauryn Hill dropped her latest track ‘Rebel’ earlier this month, which rejuvenated the song ‘Rebel/I Find It Hard to Say’ from her legendary MTV Unplugged set back in 2002. She recently stopped by the Charlie Rose show to perform the powerful new song, backed by a full band and brass ensemble.

Marvel Comics Reimagines Hip-Hop Album Covers


Of all things to happen, I didn’t think this collaboration would come about, but it has.

Marvel Comics has paid tribute to classic hip-hop in amazing new variant covers and plans to create plenty more, with 50 creations in the pipeline.

Hit the link to see some of my favourites from the first round of pieces.

Lauryn Hill Is ‘Feeling Good’


To accompany the release of Netflix’s upcoming Nina Simone documentary, “What Happened, Miss Simone?”, a number of musicians have recorded covers of some of the jazz, blues and gospel icon’s most memorable songs. The compilation ‘Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone’, which is due out on July 10th, features songs by Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Common, Alice Smith and Simone’s daughter Lisa, among others.

Ms Lauryn Hill gives us a taste of her cover of the classic ‘Feeling Good’.

Soulfest 2015


Organisers for SOULFEST have announced a massive line-up artists for their October event this year, led by Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, and De La Soul amongst many others that are sure to make your jaw drop.

Click the image for all the info and make sure you set your alarms for 10am, May 27 to purchase those tickets! This is bound to SELL OUT.

Lauryn Hill: Doo Wop (Acoustic)


After Lauryn Hill couldn’t make it to a show she had scheduled in Lagos, Nigeria this past weekend, she issued an online apology – but not in the way you would think.

You see, her video apology included Hill performing her The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill single ‘Doo Wop (That Thing).’

And trust me, when I say, she’s still got it.

Mikos Da Gawd: Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (Remix)


I wish I had known about San Fran’s Mikos Da Gawd sooner, because clearly I’ve been missing out on a great producer.

His new release (and my first introduction to him), remixing Lauryn Hill’s first single ‘Doo Wop (That Thing)’ from her 1998 debut album ‘The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill’, is funky, funky, FUNKY.

Get onto it!