10 years since “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”

Rolling Stone magazine provides a painful look back on the history of Lauryn Hill’s unforgettable album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.” A lot of fans continue to hope that she will produce new music, reappear with The Fugees, or at least publicly show some signs of normalcy. But between the long periods of silence that mark her career since “Unplugged” and the crazed public performances that serve as painful reminders of a talent squandered, it gets harder and harder to realistically hope that she will ever return to normalcy, let alone follow the incredible musical legacy she left with her stunning debut album…


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