Lauryn Hill is a singer and rapper. Her live shows combine sensual neo-soul with raw emotion and artistry. Hill, who was born in the 1970s, still has the chops to sound great live. That includes her singing voice and her rapping flow. A Lauryn Hill concert is always about the “now.” A Lauryn Hill tour is never about nostalgia. So don’t attend one of her shows hoping to go back to her heyday of the late 1990s.
Hill can entertain with a full band or alone with her guitar. She’s one of the most versatile artists working in R&B/Hip Hop today. Fans with Lauryn Hill tickets will be treated to rousing renditions of “Adam Lives in Theory,” “To Zion,” “Oh Jerusalem,” and usually a Bob Marley cover or two. They’ll also get to brag that they saw a legend in concert.
Who's Lauryn Hill?
Lauryn Hill is a singer, songwriter, and rapper who rose to national prominence as a member of The Fugees.
Hill released her debut solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, in 1998. Nearly 20 years later, Hill has yet to release another solo effort.
She does have a live album under her belt. MTV Unplugged No. 2.0 dropped in 2002.
What Are Lauryn Hill's Best Songs?
Lauryn Hill’s most successful single is 1998’s “Doo Wop (That Thing).” It went all the way to number one.
Hill’s other top 40 singles, as a solo artist, are “Ex-Factor” and “Everything Is Everything.” As a member of The Fugees she reached #29 with "Fu-Gee-La" and #2 covering "Killing Me Softly.”
When Is Lauryn Hill’s Birthday?
Lauryn Hill was born May 26, 1975. She came into this world in East Orange, New Jersey. Her father was a consultant and her mother was a teacher.
How many kids does Lauryn Hill have? Hill is the mother of six children. Five of those children, the five oldest, she had with Rohan Marley (Bob Marley’s son). The identity of the youngest child’s father has never been revealed.
Lauryn Hill, who has a vocal range of about three and half octaves, has an estimated worth of $2 million.
In 2012, Hill was charged with multiple counts of tax evasion for failing to give Uncle Sam his money. She owed the tax man more than $1.8 million. She served three months for the evasion in 2013.