18 Burst results for "Lauryn Hill"
"lauryn hill" Discussed on KGO 810
"From Beyonce did a Stevie Nicks weighing it, and there's a new number one. Marvin Gaye's 1971 Protest album. What's going on Takes the top spot. Rolling Stone calling. Of the most important and influential albums ever made in seconds. 1966 is pet sounds from the beach Boys. Joni Mitchell's 1971 epic blew in third. Jason Nathan's An ABC News, Molly would Marvin Gaye Yeah, I love that album. It reminds me honestly, my childhood because my parents love Motown music, and it just was always kind of playing in our house on DH, So it just immediately takes me back. I was looking at that on article about the Rolling Stones list. When you think about best album of all time, I would say It's one of those that you put on and you can listen from first to last song, and it just Great song after great song after great song and one of them, That's on number 10 on the list. It jumped more than 300 spots is an album that I actually own The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. That is a great album that again you could start right at the beginning, and it kind of just blends right into it. Great album. Absolutely love it. I just Or the out. Lauren help. Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is the name of the album and it's a good album. Always dig it out. I have the CD somewhere, probably in my car somewhere, so howto Turn that on because I love it. What's your do you have, like, you know, Marvin Gaye's great and obviously with the message and the current strife in America. That's an obvious great pick. But I would say going by your standards by first moment of this first song to the last song Supertramp Breakfast in America. Every song on this album is so good, and it didn't get a lot of radio play, okay in the day, but, man, I just I could listen to this. All all right? Just just put it on everything. What's that substance? First album? Boston's first album, Another Good.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast
"On February twenty six nineteen Ninety-seven a rumor circulated among the attendees of the thirty ninth annual Grammy awards the breakout. Hip hop trio. The Fujii's rub for three awards including album of the year and word on the street. Was that the twenty one year old star Fuji member Lauren hill was pregnant during Thursday's recording session. Fuji Lauren hill confirmed a rumor that had been running rampant through the Grammys on Wednesday. Are you with child? Don't blush on me. Now, actually, I am delay Shen. This is something that was planned in are you excited about it? And and in the sense of you know, twenty one years old and going around the world. No. But plan. You know, I'm very much of and and very happy. I'm actually birth mother who hasn't been addiction. So I'm just blessed with another responsibility. Amidst external pressures to have an abortion this pregnancy and miss Lord Hill's choice to keep the child would begin a sequence of events that would eventually alter that your victory of popular music forever. Unbeknownst to the public miss hill and fellow Fuji member Wycliffe John who was married at the time had been romantically involved throughout the creation of their breakout album the score. However, the child was not white cliffs, and what will detail this complicated situation and do time. Suffice it to say for now that Wycliffe and missiles personal relationship would become strained to the point that the Fujii's would never record another album together again intended to be in the group forever until I found myself in in circumstances where I felt the the inner desire to express myself freely and open. Only without any constraint. You know, without anybody saying, hey, you say that you know, the only way I could have done that wasn't doing a solo release in nineteen Ninety-seven miss hill would leave tour with the Fujii's and return home to New Jersey where she began documenting her personal experience and song I've gone to a lot a huge, emotional and spiritual battle prior to the creation of that album. And the funny thing is that while I was going in the battle. I couldn't see my hand spite my face. I mean, I really couldn't see anything because I was so emotionally entangled and everything that I going through. But it was like once I was delivered from that situation. And once I got the perspective was able to look back at heartache look back pain and disappointment it all was so clear. The picture started to form it self the song started to create themselves. I was able to look back, and and and be a narrator of miles. Relation. The result of missiles, creative outpouring would be a coming of age story told over fourteen tracks and album that sets are spiritual and emotional journey to personal amounts of patient against an eclectic backdrop of hip, hop gospel, reggae and soul upon its release into the world in August of nineteen ninety eight this body of works impact with seismic simultaneously expanding. The boundaries of hip hop while bridging the gap between hip, hop and mainstream music and broke the record for first week sales by a female artist reach platinum status in less than a month. And we go on to be nominated for a record nine Grammy awards ultimately winning five including hip hop, very first album of the year. Of course, we're talking about the landmark album widely considered one of the most influential LP's of all time, the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. It's funny. How money changes situation miscommunication lead the complication patients joy was on? Humble, you want everything some young and celebration of the miseducation of Lauryn Hill's twentieth year anniversary, we're dedicating the next eight episodes of dissect to unpacking the stork album from the venom spitting album opener lost ones. To the unbridled expression of a mother's love on Tuesday on..
20 years later, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' is still relevant to power and pain of womanhood
"And today marks twenty, years since the release Of a landmark. And hip hop R&_b. the miseducation of Lauryn Hill this singer songwriters acclaimed. Solo debut came out when hell was just, twenty three years old after she had already achieved huge success as. A member of, the Fujii's Amy. Linden is a music writer, who has done work for x. XL the New York Times. And many more have always been, tons of women in hip hop but the sort of. Sexism of the industry only allows for. One female rapper, at a, time so everybody was sort of looking at her as the one who is going to kinda take the prize Grammy winning album features contributions. From Mary j. Blige and Carlos Santana it also covered a wide range of topics including hills experiences as. A new mother you
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"And so because they're attacked to you woman, you can't be around them. So in a way, like as with all things pay, the patriarchy system is also harmful to men. So I think if anything I'm more interested in just how is this going to one when when are we going to get the headline about the drunk fan? That through a can bottle at one of these dudes heads? Right. Like I mean, I'm sorry to be so rash, but that's where my mind goes to like, this is going to be bad, and eventually this is going to meet something bad for these men. And I think like if anything, that's more what I'm waiting to see versus that there's going to be any real change to the way the NFL treats men versus women. Sorry, Dr. No go there. Are you coining Omarosa ask. I know I should. She would love that. I'm sure she might have already trademarked. I also learned that cheerleading used to be an all male sport. I like like most sports and jobs and activities when it started in the eighteen hundreds. And then as women got involved, I think it became more closely tied to sexual objectification and less about just like coordinated chance. So who knows perhaps as more than three men enter cheerleading teams. Maybe the other thing I was thinking about is maybe a little boys will watch football with their family is and see men on the cheerleading teams and things like, oh, there's multiple jobs that I could do in such an industry. You know, I don't just have to be the one running around confessing people. I could also be the sexy dancer, and I was thinking some of watching and thinking to myself, I could be objectified too. I'm expecting that those baggy clothes are not going to be around for very long, can't wait. I can't wait for equal opportunity, offensive objectification. Okay. Listeners tell us what you think is going gonna change the NFL is gonna make more people more little boys everywhere learned that they can be sexually objectified on a football field. Email us at the waves at sleep dot com era. Let's get into our recommendations who'd like to go. I, I'll go first. Thank you. So my recommendation, this is related to the show in how we were talking about the miseducation of Cameron post in talking with friends about it, multiple people. I thought like the miseducation of Lauryn Hill, and I said, no, not like the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. And in my process of sort of, you know, sort of talking about why was MRs occasion, something that was coined or not in one of the things that I don't think people realize that the miseducation Lauryn Hill. Lauryn Hill is a pop star and hip hop artists are in b. shoes. A mixture on a little bit of reggae in in the nineties is well at the same time. Is that she based the title MRs occasion of Lauryn Hill on a nineteen thirty three book. I believe called the miss -education of the negro which was written by Dr Carter Woodson and African American man who is talking about how African Americans at the time were essentially being taught on the expectation in on how to be inferior. And there's several really awesome quotes, but just if you're training and educating a black person to be inferior into come to the back door, one of the quotes was akin to, you know, even if there's no back door, he will cover backdoor. And I think that the idea was that, you know, this was very powerful piece at the time. And so I do think that there are people who were kind of asking about whether or not MRs -cation of Karen poses some sort of appropriations. So in addition to that question, I the MRs occasion of Lauryn Hill is an excellent album obviously for multiple. So my recommendation is the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Lauryn Hill. Listen to the album. It's great speaking of period pieces. I listen to it a lot in my youth, and I just listened to it recently again..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"We always talk about rappers and singers, and you know, Drake as a singer who wraps, but no, this is the best example we have ever had of a wrapping singer, a woman who can. As well as well as anybody in the same song, almost indistinguishable. No one has been able to do that before Orson. That's so interesting. I mean, typically you hire an shanty to come in and sing on a gyro saw, well, you know what? Lauren hill you get Ashanti and John. So interesting. And she's doing that with a song that is essentially about like some pretty overt, black politics, his faces twelve topic. Topic in produce. Just read in the first line to the song final hour. Lauren hill says, I treat this like my thesis and you know, it's funny because I my mind, I'm thinking about it as an economic ideology and economic policy about like protect your money and cetera. But it's not about that. There's something so particular about final hour. That's so judgment day. And so like if you're not right then none of this stuff that you've accumulated in this life will matter in the next. It's scary. It's actually kind of a scary song. It's biblical in its scale and depth. So you get to the end, you get the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. And frankly, I have to say, I just love it when artists tried to do their own, Stevie Wonder song. Like I love an artist who's just going to sit down with one instrument and just report something that like doesn't really have a core is doesn't really have a solid Meli. I mean, I'm thinking specifically with Stevie Wonder about like they won't go when I go. Like a song that tries to do something like that. And that's what the song the miseducation of Lauryn Hill is trying to do it as you know, the manifesto of the album sort of in miniature and..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"Desire in a song she wrote about her first time. Yeah, unborn baby. That is just beautiful singing. And the way the the sort of processional aspect of that song brings in these gospel elements. Yes, that song awesome bodies spirituality to me that I appreciate it when I was younger, but now as a woman in her thirties, like to be twenty two years old and talking about your child, choosing you and having gratitude for being able to bring life into the world and senior self as conduit in a vessel. I just that's next level and it just shows a type of maturity that I didn't even understand was possible for someone who's the same age is Kylie Jenner basically. So there's a, there's a depth there in terms of her thinking in her sense of of self and her purpose. Some. I mean, the first single off the record which is due out that thing. I'm like, gosh, the video alone should tell you. Everything to know about where this woman was coming from. This is the same period is hit me baby one more time, and Lauryn Hill shows up very pregnant. You know, one of the characters he's playing in the video is in a beehive hairdo. She's part of his girl group. This sort of Supremes girl group, and she's all throwback in some ways. But the song sounds very present, right? Yeah, it is sort of quoting from smokey Robinson's baby baby, and it was just a very sophisticated wedding of the nineteen sixties with like twenty years later. And yeah, you know, you kinda wonder like is this woman old fashioned ish. She modern, she hotel. Because there's a line that it's like being hit. Whoa. Yeah. But she's like really interested in real, I know. Absolutely. It's really easy to sort of like think of this is just like a good pop record, but the spirituality on it is intense. It is present in a lot of the songs the Christianity is present, and a lot of the and there is also this just real sort of lecturing. But chorus of the song girls you'd better watch out then flips the guys, As right? Yeah. he is, you'd better watch out these sound like lessons that she has learned the hard end. It seems like this is a woman passing on experience from herself. Yeah, but she's singing this as a pregnant twenty two year old. I know, and that's kinda loved about it. And I think I don't know such a good Bob that I was never like mad at at at her talking about like showing off your ass because we're thinking the trend. Well, it is a trend. But I hear you Loren MS, Lauren, I hear you. It's funny, and it's interesting because those sorts of doctrines were really common in this period of time to. I'm thinking a lot about TLC with waterfalls. There were all these songs telling women to be really careful and just to protect themselves..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"Multi-platinum tons of Grammy's all over the chart. And you know, famous in large part for this innovation of the way Lauren hill functioned in on the. She wasn't just the singer. She was also I would say the best rapper of the three of she wasn't relegated to the traditional role that women tend to play and those types of dynamics where they only are the singer. They're only in the background. They're just like, I can't. You know she was like an instrumental part and then really the centerpiece, yes. In a lotta ways, Fuji law alone, which no takes Tina Maries. Ooh, LA LA. Yeah, yeah. And Fuji. Lalas it like her singing on that is great. And it's also very different from teena Marie. Teena Marie just has a different vocal registered in Lauren hill, and it's just so nice to hear. I mean, it's just a, it's just a look, a hooky song from there. You just sort of wonder like what I wonder. I'm here. I wonder what this woman does. Yeah. After this album, it's true because the whole album is is great top to bottom. Then imbedded in all of these sort of pretty like geometric like a hard songs that are like pretty well constructed, and I just mean they have a very particular kind of reggae rap sound. You get a cover, Roberta. Flack's killing me softly sung by Lauryn Hill Stroman. Stroman. This. Singing. With his. Is. This..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"A bunch of kids in the classroom, and one of the kids in the classroom is supposed to be. Baby Lauryn Hill. Yeah, Lauren hill. Yeah, Lauren hill, yeah, from the intro. So there's a way to read that album is present day. Lauren is recording archive for baby Lauryn to sort of reeducate her impair her. She's sending her, you know, a golden record or some sort of video log from the future to prepare her. Well, you know, the way I thought about that schoolroom structure was a person who didn't need a classroom. You know. Interesting. She learned her lessons from some other place outside of the traditional education structure will. Yeah. So let me ask you a question, so you saw Lauren on tour, and I'm curious, what was her relationship to that album based on what you saw? Did it feel celebrate Tori? Did it feel perfunctory? It was some combination of like not quite phoned in, oh, but not quite toy. Totally connected with, you know, we're gonna talk in a second about her not wanting to pursue these ideas of pop music, perfection and the toll that it takes on your wellbeing and one of the wellbeing tolls. It takes on your very instrument, and you have to sort of build a routine, a life around protecting your voice. That's right. And so her singing voice isn't what it was twenty years ago. And so a lot of what she did was she sort of situated a lot of the notes at the end of the bar. Okay, so that you know, rather than space words throughout the song the way you know something like expecter is written. I don't know. It'd be sort of more like the boat had capsized and all the lyrics got moved a one. So each bar, you have a bunch of capsized bars. So she's singing very quickly doing very little melodic singing. Yeah. So it's like she's kind of talk sing rapping, right from songs are not, you know, have beautiful melodies like x. factor and she didn't really lay out the album. She didn't really try to explain where it came from or why she recorded it or what songs men. But it didn't matter in a weird way because you know, we were all there for her. You were there with her and she is as strong a rapper. Now as she's ever been, who's Roche's. And so that was pleasant, and it was really useful to think about why I might have been disappointed by that show and it's only because the recorded album is as good as it is, and she didn't reinterpret many of the song. She did them straight up. And so you really did I left there with a new appreciation for that album out. Good. Happy to hear. Yeah, because I think there's a really cynical read on why she's on tour and why the tornadoes, you know, if you look at them into tally there, kind of at minor issue filling venues, they're kind of out of the way that doesn't feel like a major headlining tour. She did just add a bunch of dates for the fall in New York Bowery, right? Like in November, that's a good sign, I think, or a sign of confidence, but in both in herself in the industry and Hearn in some ways. But I think there's a really cynical read on on someone going back on tour and airing out an album that's twenty years old, which is you need the money and we know that Lawrence had tax problems. I know that she's did time in jail, you know, for tax evasion..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"I don't know what the press is saying. Listen to the press too much, but I know that the view is I'm like emotionally unstable, which is reality like, like, you aren't, you know. No. What I realize I've become is one of those man's scientists who does the tests on themselves. I, you see to make sure that they work and that's when you know, okay, look, I got something that works. You know what I'm saying? I'm not gonna give you something that I haven't tried and tested for myself and and you know, you go through and and you learning by way of experience and you make mistakes and you get enough. But that's the thing is like, you know, a friend of mine once said to be, he said, look, if we weren't supposed to turn around wide car, have a steering wheel. You know, we just pose a crash into the wall and the wish to say, listen, I was going the wrong way reverse. That was an interlude from Lauryn Hill's. I guess, famous slash infamous unplugged album which came out a few years after her debut solo album. And we wanted to start there because people always talk about Lauren hill is though would happen to her as a mystery. We treat it as sort of this unsolved caper Angela lansbury on. But the truth is she left us the trailer breadcrumbs. I mean. It's all right there you. She walks us through it. I mean, she recorded that MTV unplugged in July of two thousand one which released the following year and it's long. It's like an hour and forty seven minutes. It's all new music. She hasn't do a single song from the missing Lauren hill. She's debuting new material and between the songs her between song patter is basically an explication for state of mind where she's been all this time. She doesn't explicitly say that the recording of miseducation of Lauryn Hill messed her up, but she talks about the problems of being very successful artists under the age of thirty. Let's keep in mind to still really young when all this is happening. Yes. Also, a mother and a mother? Yes. And having to tore with babies right in the cost takes to be able to maintain that kind of perfection that we demand of our stars through these interludes. She paints. Really interesting portrait of person caught between two worlds and sets of expectations of what industry executives want from her, but also what she wants to put out to her fans and what she wants herself to is an artist. She gives us a real sense of that push and pull, which we really didn't have insight into after the album came out. She does kind of disappear and does go off the grid a little bit. And so when she resurfaces with is really raw material that wasn't very well received when it came out, she kind of walks you through why she goes from this very highly produced sound to this really strip down acapella instrumental interpretation of music. I mean, she had barely just learned how to play guitar on it, and she's doing ninety minutes of Qatar play, which is so baller if you think about it, like, isn't that the risky want? Musicians take, not just keep producing the same type of sound you're used to over and over again. She's not maroon five after all, geez, I hear you, but listen, if you play guitar and you hear this record, I don't know which I feel about that. Oh, my gosh. Why clearly do. Not play guitar. So, but the album, one of the things about how it was received has a lot to do with the fact that miseducation of Lauryn Hill was so good. And this was at a time when music was going, and you know any number of particular set of directions. And Lauryn Hill was not going in any of them and she sort of carved her own path. And I think that whatever happened when that record came out, just really did a number on her. It's another example of something we always talk about here, which is famous the disease, just the way that it warps people in. Yeah, this is the mup-. Yeah. So she's now on tour celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the miseducation of Lauryn Hill. I went to see her in Philadelphia. She is straight up only playing songs from that album. Yeah. I mean, she doesn't do it in order. She keeps some of the interludes with the, you know, the great structure of album. Yeah, is that it is a clash from session and they're..
"lauryn hill" Discussed on Still Processing
"Don't you just love that song expecter by Lauryn Hill I do. It's one of my favorite songs off of her album. The message Haitian foreign hill which came out in ninety eight twenty years ago. Okay, so expecter Lauren hill. She is the spine of Drake's. Nice for what. Out of out of Mr.. Also makes an appearance in Cardi b.'s be careful. And she's just in the culture. Now she is toying with this album. Twentieth anniversary miseducation tour. So given this album is masterpiece given all that it managed to do to American popular culture or American music in nineteen ninety eight. It wanted a bunch of Grammys the following year. It established a major recording artist on a trajectory up up up and then what the bottom fell out or did it or did it. She is somebody who to me seems to have been both discarded and revered almost in the same moment. Some of these questions we have about Lauren hill have to do with her behavior. Some of them have to do with the way the music industry works. A lot of it has to do with how fame works. And this is before there were social media? Yeah, yeah. No, she was famous before we could tweet about her all day long, right? And so I think we want to spend this episode talking about Lauren hill, the prophet of fame, this woman who we had a prophecy didn't like it and came back to tell us about it. Yeah. And what it means to have her still in the culture. Toying with us album, how much the album meant and what it's doing. What's been said about her is that she's a crazy of who self destructed because she couldn't handle fame. But what we're thinking is that she's someone who resisted fame and resisted consumption. It seems like if we go back into your pretty close listening of both of her albums, which we're going to get into an a second, she's trying to tell us something about herself. She's trying to write her own mythology. We just haven't been listening carefully. Yes, that is exactly exactly, right. So when a break we come back, we're gonna talk about Lauren hill. But before we do that. I'm Jenna worth them. And I'm Wesley Moore's to writer to the New York Times, and this is still processing. Today's podcast.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Lauryn hill lauryn again lauren hill starting changing the game because i'm like everything would love rooting right there is just older bass inspect the deck you goes face met all evans hor corden lauren comes in and she's singing the hook and you're like am i supposed to like this this is kind of soft and it's kind of like not this isn't like unless timberlands this is lauryn hill and so it change my conscious i was like this is crazy you know then of course tribe tribe with the with the african colors and the red green black and it's like they were talking about things that weren't like killing somebody right it wasn't like slinging dope it was it was conscious right and you go back and it's it was so catchy so catch him i mean when you look at the music calorie specifically tribe it's great american music they made fucking song check the rhyme y'all i mean it's like it's like they're almost like we take they're like the beatles in a way of course you know it's just like the melody music person but like it's just like on oh they're fucking easy to swallow but they were kicking that shit and there was there was a that movement of daylight and tribe and the jungle brothers and all the like it was it was different but the thing the great thing about hip hop back nineties everybody jell together right where the anthem about slinging dope with your talking about girls being socially conscious everyone mos together and like my son right now god bless him he he is into his dj man we try and foster at me and his mom trying to foster that and we get them turntables and speakers and we i kid out a studio in my new house form low end because he's twelve but he's into making music making that so he's on it and like everything now god bless them is is is the new stuff and i liked that he loves music but i try and like i'll.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Won first prize lourdes hautacam so thin air declared i always instead of did all the magp it has to let him annex red bull's rally i've not everybody sued season gets the approval of the amateur have been people that been booed that never gave up lauryn hill where she did our amateur night show he ordered started boy and she kept on singing and they were born more this you started singing louder and all of a sudden people were plotting and the orders this my god this girl is tough later no wound indeed aid and from being booed to be one of the greatest stars over ball near pahalgam as lauryn hill yes oh god man young joe i'll play might hinder bees like game as well threads knows we have heard several memorial services here for celebrities there have passed and even had a couple of their bodies on the stays the apollo when michael jackson died will walk around kind of phnom and all of a sudden people started gathering in front of the apollo theatre with a boom boxes radios and play a michael songs xiaomi.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"The gems like the club's tell me the sham bag you can hear experienced yourself you're seeing all of our you're talking yeah job one thing gang member this is this garbage lauryn hill in the fuji say to them this is why clubs john ever hear that guy he's now then i don't want to hear it anymore so good he's gotta goes through have you ever heard of say one time to remember here that keep saying no but you teeth for some reason i had to oh i i know the one the occurred white clubs john and lauryn hill people are perfect gentleman that's the strip plum nice you've heard that iraq what the sun you want me you can have all gone nick yeah down your go like in the chest rest no through all up i must remember announced now accounts it's about your ten so i never heard of we want to say i'd have several times one well 'cause we're into the music yeah i didn't know who we talk and really ended zone and he had to hear this stuff napa this is one of those things that he's going to say later pows just kidding my lower and i love the fight you're never shirk downs and i've never heard of you'll have the sugar says fuji's i i had never heard of boji featuring lauryn hill in what yeah good stop i clip what junk bond no john no no no not junk dejount no no junk no it is yet another vice jumped back by plant now you at a german it's why club my job that's what i can i keep them why commercial that's what i keep saying that this other that's where i never heard of of the soviet ever hear this far on your any laws soldier press gridlock roster so they covered bob marley simple though you here marley said from what the mall bay that's wild pools like a caches claim right nick criminals are you are you muttering what's that first that was one of the debate i don't know how to say it any clearer than that while seventy one five three none of the missiles occasion of mikkeli their lives thank you good man but that even mean lauryn hill song the and i am never her i do not know who these people are they get older and get your segment of annoyed lauryn hill and.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"I suppose to know that got you know because everybody knows that everybody knows it is true i bet brian those one day down ziane yeah like them from france though yeah yeah name before zone is yep and i've never heard the nato you have because in an in what is what is ion mean please hair i'll tell you what it means first oh nice in whatever language she is saw but still that it everybody's heard this sat outside i didn't hear it shadow this was always in the jams like the club's tell me the showing of the view i still can't hear expediter south you're seeing all of our a you're talking yeah job one thing getting gang member this is this garbage howard's lauryn hill of who they are to them this is glove john ever hear that guy he is now then i don't want to hear it anymore so good he's a gotta goes have you ever heard of say one time asked to hear that keep say no but you teeth have for some reason i had the oas i have i know the one you've heard of why clubs john and lauryn hill just people perfect gentleman that's the serbheld song nice to have you heard that iraq ghana what the found you want me karen durakovic oh god what john your go she has expressed no throughout the up a muslim remember announced now is the fourth servants earlier about yourself i never heard of it wants to see a once i have several one way because we're into the music yeah i didn't talk at the end zone any he had you're the stuff this is one of those things that he's going to say later cows just give my lo i love the sure i downtown i've never heard of the shirts and says fuji's i i never heard of the boji featuring lauryn hill in white much yet good stuff i clip dejount john now john john young none of john no not jong john dejount john madonna junk known as the shot what john lewis john by by plant now is your at a german it's wycliff chavez what i.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"I was always a nice guy growing up in terms of the two but as i've gotten older i appreciate j more i think that so we have an hour's valve not really yet so wiser i even the whole no way who have from virginia so i didn't even know about nyse really lauryn hill in him with nearly retract but ruled whirl gorth other than that only two recently really rich kleiman when my guys iraq nation do um um kevin's agent yukon educated me about nice and his guy went through that that the law of in them body you were but i always with jay z guy yeah it is was lack of knowledge exposure at the jay z was always canada's there adenoid allegedly emily unearth all legand g the intel though hardknuckle because i was a wutang had also wutang mob deep guy to like stuff like nesta dino dj permit zero the damage and all of that and all those guys used they didn't like gigi and j been hooting show 9 of own i did and on the moslem things actor jinya head had i'm surprised i made it out really it was awesome period i still slaughter marijuana smoked a lotta gist amiss a grammy vibe out but i'm from the town where the first whwhere store was open and virginia remains in norfolk virginia why are have an inaugural no norfolk's novik era is kelo been away in jay z shouts out of a few times they um but yeah but i remember going to the wear store wait in lines will deliver whitney love for anything uh and with who tank show scare me to death but i loved him and how did you become a path.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Somehow the ignoble compared to low lauryn hill success well i don't think there is a lack of style i think there's a very deliberate style that's happening and some people who who listen to to trap news it will be aware that that both ac yellow is actually sort of a takeoff or maybe even at talk back to two kodak blacks song no flocking that came out in 2014 and this is could have like snowflake and is a really rawls south based trap salman in that trap sound is probably the the closest thing we have to a contemporary gangsta aesthetic right now um lauryn hill in 1998 uh puts out outdo do out that thing at the tail end of the gangsta rap era really almost as a counter to that aesthetic and i believe that people who who who want to compare her to lauryn hill are are are actually also reflecting on that moment reflecting on what lauryn hill offered in terms of what may have felt like a relief after after several years of of what we came to recognizes gangsta rap professor neil i know we gotta let you go in the moment so let me let you chiming before we we have to say goodbye to you what do you think about that argument about not hearing the poetry in rappani more no message you know i'm a fifth year arap thin i came up with this from the beginning uh the aesthetics change um i'm not in a position as a fifty road to to judge won an 18yearold wants to hear ever fourteen year old daughter she loves cardi be and i get the reason why she does i think things shift i think what is when the challenge into the hip opposite it's been very rarely a space where both accardi be or rhapsody or in mc light could be successful in the context of the industry that's duke university professor mark anthony neil who teaches african an african american studies professor neil thanks for talking to us thank you joshua reuter tweeted no one's buying these get streaming numbers that have pushed her to the top that might be a good point roy maybe we should talk about the changing face of the music industry as it relates to.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on 1A
"A contemporary gangsta aesthetic right now um lauryn hill in 1998 uh puts out do out that thing at the tail end of the gangsta rap era really almost as a counter to that aesthetic and i believe that people who who who want to compare her to lauryn hill are are are actually also reflecting on that moment reflecting on what lauren who offered in terms of what may have felt like a relief for a after after several years of of what we came to recognize as gangsta rap professor neil i know we gotta let you go in a moment so let me let you chime in before we we have to say goodbye to you what do you think about that argument about not hearing the poetry in wrap any more no message i'm a fifty euro van right i came up with this from the beginning uh the instead exchange i'm not in a position as a fifty rue to to judge one an 18yearold wants to hear ever 14yearold daughter she loves car deby uh and i get the reason why she does i think things shift i think what has been the challenging times hip opposite it's been very rarely a space where both accardi be or rhapsody or in emceed light could be successful in the context of the industry that's duke university professor mark anthony neil who teaches african an african american studies professor neil thanks for talking to us thank you joshua maybe we should talk about the changing face of the music industry as it relates to the future of hiphop music is it even fair to compare lauryn hill the cardi be is the game even the same stick loves.
"lauryn hill" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"The new both are statements of of selfliberation from young women and that song tuesday i am which is about her decision to to keep in raise her son uh when she was very young mother and in the song she talks about how people are telling her this is going to be bad for your career but you know my hope lies in in this child i it was it was revelatory to me it was it was really a powerful statement and and i do have a brief lauryn hill story as well i remember when this record was about to come out i had been on it trip somewhere business trip and i came home and my husband before he even like said hello to me and he also is music critic he's like come into the kitchen where we had our little boom box said upright and he put in this cassette i mean he truly no smooch no nothing just like getting here and it was this record that's how life changing it felt to us and the only other record i've ever had that experience with is also on our list it's lucinda williams car wheels on a gravel road same almost the same situation with a cassette tape put it in like oh my gosh so that really shows how these songs uh they are they are culture changers let's hear something from the immortal nina simone from i put a spell on you the album that came in at number three on our list.