Lauryn Hill aka L Boogie

Lauryn Hill aka L Boogie

Well known for being a member of the group the Fugees.

Lauryn Hill’s studio album titled The Miseduction of Lauryn Hill is on the list of me and most of my friends top favorite album in LIFE.

 

The album sold approx 8 million copies with hits like Doo Wop (That Thing), Ex-Factor, and Everything is Everything the sistas music is undeniably soul touching and hip hopishly spiritual.

 

 

Hill started acting in her younger years along with her brother Graham Hill who had a reoccuring role on the soap opera As The World Turns.

In 1999 Lauryn Hill became the youngest woman ever to be named in Ebony magazines 100 most Influential Black Americans list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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