Lauryn Hill (Courtesy photo)
It’s been almost 18 years since Lauryn Hill dropped her legendary album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”. Since the debut it seems as if her career has had a downward, slow spiral. For Lauryn Hill lovers, Pittsburgh got a small dose of her strange behavior at a May 11 concert in Homestead.
While the concert started at 8 PM, The Fugees singer hit the stage at 9:58 PM. The dimly-lit candles, dark lighting, and long-winded opening ballad were just some of the initial indicators that we were in for a bizarre evening. The random sound checks and clear rehearsal moments were strange. Her dancing was strange. It was overall a peculiar series of events.
Good news is the show got better as it progressed. Lauryn Hill sounded amazing! Most importantly, the voice that we so intimately adored since “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit” (1993) has aged like fine wine. Her voice is grittier, raspier and magically beautiful.
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