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    Default Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

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    6/qo nothing special

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    Really, whats wrong with y'all niggas. The album was fire..ok fire isnt a good word to use, how about very good. It wasnt a rap album but it was better than most r&b joints at the time. 9/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyze
    Really, whats wrong with y'all niggas. The album was fire..ok fire isnt a good word to use, how about very good. It wasnt a rap album but it was better than most r&b joints at the time. 9/10

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    yeah, they used "can it be all so simple" from wu-tang, i forgot the name, but that song was fyaah !!!

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    Default Re: Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by Analyze
    Really, whats wrong with y'all niggas. The album was fire..ok fire isnt a good word to use, how about very good. It wasnt a rap album but it was better than most r&b joints at the time. 9/10

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    I think it "is" fire. You gotta think about it, this LP came out in what, '98? and it can still make the damn speakers thump, make lovers swoon and still raise awareness. I mean, her vocals are as sharp as her lyrics, and the sound is timeless. You'll probably be able to play this shit years from now and still get the same effect you got the first time you heard it (if you're a true hip hop fan, that is).

    IMO Lauryn Hill was, is and forever will be a hip hop icon.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dae Ja Nae View Post
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    I think it "is" fire. You gotta think about it, this LP came out in what, '98? and it can still make the damn speakers thump, make lovers swoon and still raise awareness. I mean, her vocals are as sharp as her lyrics, and the sound is timeless. You'll probably be able to play this shit years from now and still get the same effect you got the first time you heard it (if you're a true hip hop fan, that is).

    IMO Lauryn Hill was, is and forever will be a hip hop icon.
    my thoughts exactly

    Final Hour and Every Ghetto, Every Cry were the only two songs I didn't like.
    Besides those two, the entire thing is just insane


    The 'Ice Cream' sample on I Used to Love Him was pretty smooth, too

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    10/10
    i just love lauryn hill

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