Great write up at by Tom Barnes at www.mic.com on Lauryn Hill’s timeless release "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill"
Lauryn Hill only wanted to make honest music.
"There’s too much pressure to have hits these days. Artists are watching Billboard instead of exploring themselves," she once said, discussing her groundbreaking release The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. "I wanted to make honest music. I don’t like things to be too perfect, or too polished. People may criticize me for that, but I grew up listening to Al Green and Sam Cooke. When they hit a high note, you actually felt it."
Check it out in full HERE