Lauryn Hill has been on the losing end of a tax evasion case for months and as a result of her inability to service her debt, she was forced to sign a new million dollar record deal with Sony ATV. The first release from the joint arrangement with the label and her own company Obverse Creation Music [...]
On April 21st 2003, the world lost one of the most important artists of our time – the great Nina Simone. Now, as we mark ten years since the passing of the legendary songstress, it is clear that her influence on the industry still lingers as reflected in the works of dozens of artists across [...]
Throughout the decades, we have seen dozens of women rise to the top of the Hip-Hop industry before abruptly fading into irrelevance. Now, as we prepare for a new generation to attempt chart domination, let’s take a look back at the icons who paved the way.
Lauryn Hill and Nas made history at the 2012 Hot 97 Summer Jam and yesterday they gave international fans a taste of the action. Performing at the 2012 Openair Frauenfeld Festival in Switzerland, the pair joined together as well as individually with extensive sets.
After Nicki Minaj decided not to perform at the 2012 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert last evening, she took to Twitter to break the news that Lauryn Hill was one of the acts scheduled to perform with her. Yet, it seems that she confused her stories because the Hip-Hop legend has denied such claims.
Being a great artist is much than than simply singing songs. Rather, the very best acts of our time do much more than perform the tracks delivered to them or purchase a slot in the credits; they write those tunes for themselves. Hence, Way Back Wednesday will focus on the work these legendary singer-songwriters.