New Lauryn Hill Song/Album

2013-05-05 by fromtheinside | 19 Comments
After her recent signing with Sony for 1 million dollars, Lauryn Hill has already begun
fulfilling her contractual obligations, which include a series of new songs, followed by a new album which is reportedly slated for a 2014 release. This all comes of in the wake of Ms. Hill's ongoing legal problems, and first single 'Neurotic Society' captures all this madness in an explosion of cut-throat lyrics spit with pure fire. Welcome back: The Queen.

The new single can be streamed from a number of sites around the web, Pitchfork being one of them.

http://pitchfork.com/news/50607-listen-new-lauryn-hill-song-neurotic-society-compulsory-mix/

Tagged: Lauryn Hill

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VicariousIntent
May 5th 2013
1626 Comments


This is such excellent news. It's fantastic to hear her back and strong as ever

MUNGOLOID
May 5th 2013
4455 Comments


holy shit dude, lauryn ain't fucking around.

StarvingArtist
May 5th 2013
72 Comments


Holy shit, welcome back. Production wasn't too bad, not too exciting, but her lyrics and delivery are tight as always.

JizzInMyPants
May 5th 2013
2803 Comments


she almost got no choice, if I remember she is being evicted from her house, not to mention. I don't know what happened to her, back in Fugees days she was an african american sex symbol, now....she looks like a crackhead. That and the millions of dollars that was thrown at her to release an album over the decade.

Whatever, the track is decent.

LegendofPittman
May 5th 2013
2960 Comments


Whoa, this is actually happening!

Dunpeal
May 6th 2013
4117 Comments


finally!

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JAV
May 6th 2013
2680 Comments


Interesting to say the least.

PumpBoffBag
May 6th 2013
871 Comments


awesome, Miseducation was fantastic

808muzik
May 6th 2013
1111 Comments


she goes hard but the production is so bad.

MrElmo
May 6th 2013
1955 Comments


People expecting another Miseducation can stop hoping now at least

MrElmo
May 6th 2013
1955 Comments


Lyrics and delivery are hard and barely lets us breath but dunno about the prod

PaddyPooHead
May 6th 2013
394 Comments


My Bloody Valentine, David Bowie, Cannibal Ox, Possibly Deltron 3030, Justin Timberlake, Maybe The Avalanches. OMFG WHO NEXT???

KILL
May 6th 2013
80613 Comments


gorguts :D

ShadowRemains
May 6th 2013
24639 Comments


don't call it a comeback

I BEEN HERE FOR YEARS

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2013
55039 Comments


So many fucking racist comments on the yahoo article about it

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SabertoothMonocle
May 7th 2013
493 Comments


The Incarceration of Lauryn Hill

henryChinaski
May 7th 2013
3823 Comments


Lauryn's going to jail.

Digging: Tycho - Epoch

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2013
32190 Comments


rosa would you wait a minute. I'll bring you your cross right away.


Sarcasm might be the lowest form of wit but unintentional irony is the highest form of hilarity

oltnabrick
May 14th 2013
35835 Comments


dam this was crazy goo



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