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About Ms. Lauryn Hill

Emerging from the music scene of Newark, New Jersey, Ms. Lauryn Hill rose to prominence as a founding member of the Fugees and continues to be a groundbreaking artist in her own right. Her smooth vocals, melodic sensibilities, and captivating stage presence quickly established her as a star and have continued to appeal to audiences worldwide.

Born in 1975, Ms. Hill grew up immersed in the rich musical traditions of her hometown, absorbing influences from gospel, soul, and hip-hop. Her musical talents were evident from a young age, and she began songwriting and performing in her early teens.

In 1992, Ms. Hill joined forces with Pras Michel and Wyclef Jean to form the Fugees, a group that defied categorization and challenged the boundaries of popular music. Their debut album, Blunted Reality (1994), showcased their unique sound and lyrical poetry, but their 1996 follow-up, The Score, catapulted them to international stardom.

Ms. Hill's solo debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998), cemented her status as one of the most influential artists of her generation. The album, a blend of neo-soul, reggae, hip-hop, and R&B, explored themes of love, loss, identity, and spirituality, resonating with listeners on a profound level. It earned her five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.

Ms. Lauryn Hill continues to be active in the music industry, releasing new music and performing live. She has released singles like "Lose Myself" (2018) and "Guilt is a Waste of Time" (2018), and continues to perform live, spellbinding audiences with her soulful vocals and dynamic stage presence. She has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors, including her work with the Refugee Assistance Alliance for Families and Children.

Ms. Lauryn Hill’s Setlist

Ms. Lauryn Hill's catalog is a masterclass in musical expression, seamlessly weaving together her vulnerability and versatility. Her studio work, marked by an unapologetic exploration of love, identity, and societal truths, undergoes a transformative journey when experienced in person. 

When she puts on a show, the stage becomes a canvas for Ms. Hill's unparalleled vocal prowess and the raw emotion embedded in her songs. These ten incredible tracks consistently grace Ms. Lauryn Hill's setlists, allowing legions of fans to witness her timeless artistry.

  1. Ex-Factor

  2. Lost Ones

  3. Can't Take My Eyes Off You (Frankie Valli cover)

  4. Killing Me Softly With His Song (Lori Lieberman cover)

  5. Doo Wop (That Thing)

  6. Everything Is Everything

  7. Fu-Gee-La (Fugees song)

  8. Final Hour

  9. Ready or Not (Fugees song)

  10. To Zion

Live Moments That Made Headlines

Ms. Lauryn Hill is one of the leading ladies of hip-hop. Her presence on stage is a revelation. From intimate acoustic sets to huge arena events, her command of the stage and its impact on the audience is extraordinary. These mesmerizing moments help define Ms. Hill's legacy, from her soul-stirring unplugged sessions to the magnetic energy of her acclaimed solo performances.

  • Fugees on Fire: We had to include one sample from her Fugees days. The historic Apollo Theater was the site of an extraordinary event when the Fugees stopped by to blow the roof off the iconic venue. Ms. Lauryn Hill's expressive vocals, Wyclef Jean's frenetic stage coverage, and Pras Michel's rhythmic energy thrilled the audience in the building and those watching from home.

  • Grammy Greatness (February 1999): A 23-year-old Ms. Hill stunned the audience at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards, with a breathtaking rendition of “To Zion.” The song, which features Carlos Santana on Spanish guitar, celebrates the bond between a mother and her first child. That was her night, as she walked away with five Grammys, but it was this performance that stole the show.

  • Raising the Standard (August 1999): Ms. Lauryn Hill's performance at the Third Annual Source Awards in 1999 took place during a pivotal point in her life and career. The year had already been a whirlwind as she shot to superstardom, but with a distinctive blend of artistry, she left it all on the stage that night when she sang “Final Hour.”.

  • Raw Talent (July 2001): Ms. Hill took to the stage on MTV Unplugged to deliver new music after a tough time in her life. She was so genuine in her interactions with the audience that the room became more like the site of an intimate gathering between friends than a concert venue. Emotions poured out of her as she told the stories of what she had recently been through in her life. The entire set is worth a watch!

  • Hail to Hip Hop (August 2023): Yankee Stadium was packed, as people celebrated 50 years of hip-hop with many of the genre's most beloved and respected artists. Nas surprised the audience by bringing Ms. Lauryn Hill on stage, and she didn’t disappoint. After performing with him, she launched into an entire set that included hits from The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill as well as a Fugees Reunion on "Killing Me Softly/Fugee La."

Ms. Lauryn Hill’s Collaborations

Erika Bahdu has called Ms. Hill her hero, Nicki Minaj bowed when she met her, and Donald Glover described The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill as “flawless.” She has inspired and influenced countless musicians and is one of the top names you’ll hear when hip-hop and R&B legends are asked who they would like to work with. 

Thankfully, Ms. Hill has opened her studio to her peers and has lent both her voice and pen to several lucky recipients throughout her career. Her personal touch on a track is like a gold seal. She adds depth and sincerity, not to mention her silky tone. These are just a handful of examples of her collaborations with her peers: 

  • Nas (1996): On “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That),” Ms. Lauryn Hill's soulful vocals provide a melodic counterpoint to Nas's introspective rhymes. Her voice adds a layer of emotion and urgency to the song's message of peace and unity, and her ad-libs and harmonies enhance the song's musicality.

  • Wyclef Jean (1997): Wyclef Jean reimagines the Cuban classic, "Guantanamera,” using Ms. Hill's vocals to weave through the song's rhythms. The chorus, featuring a sample of Celia Cruz's rendition, is a delightful touch. All in all, this cut proves that music transcends borders and unites cultures.

  • Aretha Franklin (1998): Aretha Franklin delivers a powerful performance on "A Rose Is Still a Rose," a women’s anthem written and produced by Ms. Lauryn Hill. Her empowering lyrics perfectly suit Franklin's style. The song's unexpected Edie Brickell refrain from  “What I Am” adds another layer to her masterful production.

  • Mary J. Blige (1999): In their evocative duet, "All That I Can Say," the complementary voices of Mary J. Blige and Ms. Lauryn Hill dance over a melodic landscape that mirrors the song's exploration of complex human emotions. The song’s timeless appeal lies in its ability to connect with listeners, transcending cultural and generational divides.

  • John Legend (2005): On "So High," John Legend and Ms. Lauryn Hill elevate each other's artistry to deliver an entrancing duet featuring the haunting voice of Nina Simone in the background. Their harmonious blend underscores the song's themes of love, loss, and redemption. The interplay between their vocal styles adds depth and complexity, making this a standout piece.

  • Method Man (2006): Method Man's gritty and heartfelt lyrics paint a vivid picture of his struggles and aspirations in “Say.” Meanwhile, Ms. Hill's angelic vocals add a layer of grace and beauty to the song's emotional core. The production, characterized by its jazzy grooves and subtle instrumentation, provides a perfect backdrop for the duo.

  • Paid & Live (2007): Ms. Lauryn Hill and Paid & Live team up on "All My Time" to create a groove that demands attention. The lyrical back-and-forth going on over basslines, which sample Kool & the Gang's "Too Hot," make this addictive tune a sonic smorgasbord that will certainly get your toes tapping.

  • Teyana Taylor (2020): The inspiring duet, "We Got Love," features Teyana Taylor and Ms. Lauryn Hill coming together to spread the messages that “love is the new money” and “value is internal.” Their voices are wrapped up in delightful rhythms and gospel-inspired elements, and the song puts sisterhood and joy in the spotlight.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do Ms. Lauryn Hill’s concerts last?

Ms. Hill's concert sets typically last around 1.5 hours, including an encore. She typically plays around 15-20 songs during the regular set then 2-3 songs during an encore.

Is Ms. Lauryn Hill’s concert sold out?

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Does Ms. Lauryn Hill tour?

Ms. Hill tours, and has shared the stage with many incredible artists. Catch her whenever you can! Reserve tickets at GoTickets.com.

Who are Ms. Lauryn Hill’s stage influences?

Although it’s Ms. Lauryn Hill, herself, who usually does the influencing, she draws inspiration from Bob Marley's spiritual connection, Nina Simone's strength, and Billie Holiday's storytelling.

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Are there any age restrictions for Ms. Lauryn Hill's concerts?

Most shows featuring Ms. Lauryn Hill are open to all ages, but check individual locales for specific details, as restrictions vary by venue. 

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a Ms. Lauryn Hill concert?

Food and beverage policies vary. Some venues allow outside food and drinks to be brought to a Ms. Lauryn Hill concert, but others prohibit it. Be sure to check the official venue website for specific restrictions.

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