As Lauryn Hill’s devoted fans continue to wait for her return to the music scene, the troubled Hip-Hop/R&B icon made a rare appearance at the Indigo2 in London. Yet, unlike the noisy shows that she has become notorious for delivering in the last few years, Hill put forward an impressive concert.
Among the songs performed by Hill were ‘Lost Ones’, ‘Superstar’ and ‘Nothing Even Matters’. Try to overlook her whacky ensemble and songs arrangements as you watch her set at Indigo2 below:
‘Nothing Even Matters’
‘I Used to Love Him’
Hill’s voice is not as rich as it was during the 1990s but she still managed to put forward a good show. It is incredibly disappointing that she hasn’t focused on crafting a new album because the demand for her material is still high after all these years. Indeed, if there is one person who could help revive the R&B genre., it would be Hill, whose work I praised in Trini Trent TV: Why R&B Artists Fail:
Would you purchase a new album from Hill? With which artists should she collaborate for the record? Let us know in the comment section!
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