Lauryn Hill is so full of sh*t. Always pretending to be righteous and what not, and then sells out to Reebok of all companies? She must be broke. Kind of goes back to when I saw her and her entourage backstage at Rock The Bells with hella Goyard even though she fronts like she doesn’t f*ck with the elitist European type swag.
While the world has certainly changed since 1998, The Miseduction of Lauryn Hill is as relevant then as it is now. We sat down with Lauryn to find out exactly what that album meant to her while she was making it and why it went on to become a classic.