Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation Of...      
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written by Hugo Lunny    
For a while now, since the smash hit really of 'Killing Me Softly' Lauryn Hill and the Fugees have gained a lot of recognition in the realms of Hip Hop and R n'B. Wyclef had quite a good album and is now pretty much into production and Pras has gone off to do his own album, they all will make another album but they have gone for some solo attempts. Here is Lauryns'.

The recent mother Lauryn Hill has influenced 90's female emcees somewhat because she actually has the ability to rap and she does it well. Her album is a long combination of her rapping ability and her singing ability and what sort of scale can we get from these combinations, nothing but a good one.

My favourite track has to be 'Doo Wop' it has so much energy and life but the title track, 'The Mis-Education Of Lauryn Hill' deserves recognition also. Other gems which spring to mind when flicking through the tracks are 'Hurts So Bad' and 'Everything Is Everything' a lot of the contents is R&B however in most tracks she does rhyme at least a little. Basically, Ms. Hill proves to the world that she can create wonders both with and without the helping hands of Wyclef and Pras. Peep this if you have any sense, if you do not, well leave it on the shelf.

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