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At the 41st Grammy Awards, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill earned Ms. Lauryn Hill five Grammys, including Album of the Year! Today only, get this album on sale for just $5.99, through the free Album of the Day app.
Ms. Lauryn Hill has joined the line-up for this year’s Twilight Concert Series, where she will perform July 10. The concert will be held at Pioneer Park, at the corner of 300 South and 300 West in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. Funk/jazz bassist Thundercat will open the show. More information is available at TwilightConcertSeries.com.
Ms. Lauryn Hill has joined the lineup for this year’s Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, playing the TD Mainstage on Wednesday, June 25. More information is available at SaskJazz.com. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 2 at 10 a.m. CST.
Nas surprised fans at his final Coachella set on April 19 by bringing Ms. Lauryn Hill onstage to perform “Ready Or Not” and “If I Ruled The World.” View fan clips at Stagedoor.FM. Nas is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut album with the release of Illmatic XX.
Ms. Lauryn Hill has added three more appearances to her concert tour schedule:
Just Announced: Ms. Lauryn Hill will perform in the Mainroom on Monday, June 30th at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN. Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday, April 2nd at 12 p.m. CDT. For more information, visit http://j.mp/1hbLzO2.
Ms. Lauryn Hill will make a special appearance April 5th at Rock Like a Girl, featuring performances by legendary rap artist MC Lyte, critically acclaimed lyricist Jean Grae, Grammy Award–winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari, French Chilean MC Ana Tijoux, and other special guests. Be’la Dona will serve as the house band with DJ Beverly Bond on the ones-and-twos. The event is a collaboration between DJ, founder, and CEO of Black Girls Rock!, Beverly Bond, and the Kennedy Center.
Rock Like a Girl will celebrate women’s contributions to the art and culture of hip-hop. Free tickets will be distributed two (2) per person in line on Saturday, April 5th in the Hall of Nations, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Audience members also can join a post-show discussion with artists, academics, and activists that encourages dialogue and analysis of the ways women of color are portrayed in the media.
The event is part of the festival, One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide. Read more at Kennedy-Center.org.