Lauryn Hill postpones ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ anniversary tour

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The album that made her legend.

A few months ago Ms. Lauryn Hill announced that it was preparing the celebrations for the 25th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, with a tour of the United States, Canada and Australia. The 17 dates would have a dose of nostalgia and legend, with the special announcement of the return of The Fugees after two decades of absence.

However, due to a problem in the vocal tension of Lauryn, The 2023 dates will be rescheduled for the first months of 2024. So far the official dates have not been announced but stay tuned for Indie Rocks! for future updates.

This US tour would see the reunion of The Fugeesgroup he was in Lauryn Hillafter their separation in 1997. Making it a party for Lauryn in the company of the musicians who watched her grow. The band would only perform on the dates in Canada and the United States, coffee I would be his guest in Australia.

Lauryn Hill debuted in 1998 with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill and this album made her a legend. It is one of the most important albums in the history of hip hop and r&b, it included fusion sounds of reggae, rap and soul: a love letter to the roots of Ms. Hill. With the, Lauryn He found a place in the music industry, his own creative power and strength.


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