Lauryn Hill to Host, Headline First Diaspora Calling Fest
Three-day Brooklyn event will feature musicians, artists from Africa and the African diaspora
See the Weeknd, Lauryn Hill Perform 'In the Night' Together
Duo's nixed Grammy night performance comes to life on 'Tonight Show'
Lauryn Hill, Grammy President Trade Words After Hill No-Show
Fugees singer rehearsed with the Weeknd for Grammy performance, but didn't take stage Monday night
TV on the Radio, War on Drugs Rock 'Austin City Limits'
Lauryn Hill also tapes upcoming episode for series' 41st season
Afropunk 2015: Rolling Stone's Best Photos
Check out highlights from wildly eclectic fest's 11th annual edition
Watch Lauryn Hill's Show-Stopping 'Feeling Good' on 'Fallon'
Singer turns bluesy Nina Simone cover into guitar-fueled rave-up
'Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone' Album Review
Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige and more on a hit-or-miss covers LP
The Playlist: Miguel, Rod Stewart & a Sweet Pavement Rarity
Our favorite songs, albums and videos right now
Hear Lauryn Hill, Usher Interpret Nina Simone Classics
Tracks, including Jazmine Sullivan's take on "Baltimore," will appear on upcoming tribute compilation 'Nina Revisited'
Lauryn Hill Unveils Nina Simone-Sampling 'I've Got Life'
Singer shares politically charged new composition off the 'Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone' compilation
Hear Lauryn Hill's Sultry Nina Simone Cover 'Feeling Good'
Track will appear on compilation alongside Simone covers by Mary J. Blige, Common, Usher and others
Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill to Headline AfroPunk NYC
First annual Fancy Dress Ball will take place at annual Brooklyn festival
Lauryn Hill Conducts Explosive Nina Simone Tribute
Netflix film 'What Happened, Miss Simone' provides harrowing portrait of singer's life
Lauryn Hill Cancels Israel Show Amid Controversy
"I've wanted very much to bring our live performance to this part of the world, but also to be a presence supporting justice and peace," Hill says
The Doors, Radiohead Added to National Recording Registry
Library of Congress also recognizes Lauryn Hill's 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,' Sly and the Family Stone's 'Stand!,' the Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"