Lauryn Hill’s ‘The Miss Education of Lauryn Hill’ Inducted into the Library of Congress


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Lauryn Hill is being recognized again for her work on what can be considered as one of the best Hip-Hop (R&B/Reggae) album of her times, ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’.  Until this day, multiple songs on that album still gets radio spins.  And people still enjoy listening to it.  It’s one that you keep in the album catalog for sure!

The Library of Congress selects 25 new recordings to add to it’s archive each year.  This year, Lauryn’s album ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ was amongst the 2 debut albums to be inducted; the other was 1967’s group ‘The Doors’.

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This solo album was considered a classic for Lauryn Hill and in it she touched on a multitude of things like relationship, love, life lessons and pregnancy.  A young artist, at that time, she was straight off the hills of a break-up from the group ‘The Fugees’.   You could tell she poured her heart and soul into the album.


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