Singer, songwriter, music producer, rapper and actress Ms. Lauryn Hill really has done it all and more. From doo-wopping with The Fugees to the MLH Caravan tour with the A Diaspora Calling! concert series, this groundbreaking musical artist is here to celebrate the many facets of culture, art and beauty throughout the African diaspora - and we're here to help you celebrate with her.
Shop now for Ms. Lauryn Hill's officially licensed merchandise and VIP backstage passes for the MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! tour. Buy super comfortable, 100 percent cotton men's and women's T-shirts and embroidered snapback cap. Or buy a VIP meet and greet package to meet the Grammy Award-winning artist in person.
She Really is a Gem
In 1998, Lauryn Hill's debut solo album, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," netted the singer three American Music Awards, a Billboard Award, a Soul Train Award and an MTV Music Award. But what put her down in the history books were the five Grammy Awards she won for Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year, Best New Artist, Best Female R&B Performance, Best R&B Song for "Doo Wop (That Thing)" and Best R&B Album, making the New Jersey native the first woman or hip hop artist to win five Grammys. It was so influential, the album was included in the Harvard Music Library's 2017 inaugural collection along with "The Low End Theory" by a Tribe Called Quest, Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly" and "Illmatic" by Nas.
Ms. Hill's place in history is thanks in part to The Fugees, a hip hop/soul/R&B group she founded with two Haitian rappers Prakazrel "Pras" Michel and his cousin, Wyclef Jean. Their sophomore album, "The Score" featured the runaway hit "Killing Me Softly," sold 17 million copies and garnered two 1996 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group.
In truth, her success is thanks in full to fans like you. Show her a little love and shop now!