Lauryn Hill narrates a new documentary on colonialism, titled "Concerning Violence." It is based on a Frantz Fanon essay of the same title.

Submitted by Love As Arson
Jason Tate on 12/08/14 - 01:15 PM
Talib Kweli has written an article on Medium in defense of Lauryn Hill.
The artist is a human being, not a product. Sure, the artist makes products that are for sale, but the artist is not forever in your debt because you may have purchased a product from them at some point. When you buy an album from me, I receive money and you get music. Itís a fair and even exchange that begins and ends once I receive my money and you receive your product. If I donít value myself as an artist ó especially working in a market that has decided that recorded music is not worth spending money on ó then who will?

Submitted by neo506
Jason Tate on 09/29/14 - 12:03 PM
Lauryn Hill's song "Black Rage," which is dedicated to Michael Brown, can be heard in the replies.
Jason Tate on 08/22/14 - 11:33 AM
Lauryn Hill was sentenced to 3 months of prison - with an additional 3 months of home confinement - for failing to pay her taxes.
Drew Beringer on 05/06/13 - 04:34 PM
You can stream a new Lauryn Hill song in the replies.
Drew Beringer on 05/05/13 - 09:21 PM
Lauryn Hill has pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges and could face up to three years in prison.
Dre Okorley on 06/30/12 - 10:33 AM
Lauryn Hill is supposedly back in the studio, working on her first new studio material since 1998's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.
Steve Henderson on 06/29/07 - 10:47 AM

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