The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill Mixtape

29 11 2007

Another mixtape including some of Ms Lauryn Hill’s latest works (Music, Lose Myself) amongst rare versions of her Unplugged songs has leaked. This is NOT an official release! You can download the mixtape at – simply click on the link below. Enjoy!

The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill Mixtape

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New PRAS video: Pop Life

5 11 2007

See it first here at! enjoy:

Lauryn Hill and the racist rumor: NOT TRUE!

12 09 2007

During the summer of 1996, a caller to shock jock Howard Stern’s radio show said on the air that he’d heard Lauryn tell MTV that she’d rather see her child starve than have a white kid buy her album. MTV would announce later that the allegation wasn’t true, but by that time it was too late. The ugly, false rumor had already been set in motion.

“From this one broadcast, all of a sudden people who appreciated my music thought that there was something wrong with who I was and what I represented,” says Lauryn. Instead of letting a publicist act on her behalf, Lauryn, furious and very hurt, called a radio station herself to deny the charge. “I said, ‘How can I possibly be a racist? My music is universal music. And I believe in God. If I believe in God, then I have to love all of God’s creations. There can be no segregation.‘”

“Let me clarify this right now,” Lauryn responds forcefully. “I am not a racist. I love people who love God. I love good people. If you’re a good person with a good heart, you’re cool with me. And I hope I’m cool with you. There’s nothing racist about anything in my heart.

Lauryn insists she wants people to understand that her goal to improve the self-love of young African-American women should never be confused with advocating racial supremacy. “There are a lot of young black girls who I meet in my travels who don’t have a lot of self-esteem,” she explains. “So if I communicate to them that they’re beautiful, no white person should find fault in that. It doesn’t mean that young white girls aren’t beautiful, because they are just as beautiful.”

source: excerpts from ‘Teen People’ magazine (issue 04/99)

Related Links:
LISTEN: listen to the radio show where the ugly rumor started off back in 1996
WATCH: see this interview with MTV where Lauryn Hill takes a stand

Wyclef returns: Carnival II

31 08 2007

Wyclef Jean returns to Columbia Records with “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant,” the artist’s first full-length album for the label since his third solo album, “Masquerade,” entered the Billboard Top 200 at #6 in June 2002. “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant” is slated for release this autumn.

With “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant,” his sixth full-length studio album, Wyclef Jean continues the autobiographical musical odyssey he began a decade ago with his 1997 triple-platinum debut solo album, “Wyclef Jean Presents The Carnival Featuring Refugee All-Stars” (aka “The Carnival”). Wyclef gave his fans their first taste of “The Carnival II” with the release of the album’s lead-in single, “Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill),” featuring Akon, Lil’ Wayne and introducing Niia. Released in August, the single rapidly made its first Billboard chart appearance entering the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart at #3. “Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)” is now available digitally. According to Wyclef, “The Carnival II” is “a continuation of ‘Gone Till November” (his 1997 Top 10 signature hit from “The Carnival”). I focus a lot on the songwriting.”

Wyclef Jean’s latest video “Sweetest Girl”

For his much anticipated new album, Wyclef has once again called upon his friends, showcasing his musical dexterity as he draws from an extraordinary and diverse roster of collaborating guest artists including Paul Simon (on “Fast Car”), Mary J. Blige, T.I., Norah Jones, Akon, Serj Tankian (of System Of A Down) (on “Trouble Again”), Lil’ Wayne, and Shakira, to name a few. Wyclef produced the entire album with his long-time production partner, Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis, with whom he has worked since the beginning of the Fugees.

source: wyclef. com official press release

Lauryn Hill speaks: Exclusive Interview

31 08 2007

Fresh off the stage after a performance in Belgium on July, 27th 2007, Lauryn Hill sits down for an exclusive interview.

Wyclef’s new single: “Sweetest Girl”

20 07 2007

For his first single off his upcoming album “The Carnival 2” Wyclef Jean collabos with Akon again (YES, Akon was part of the Refugee Camp back in 1996 and he is actually featured on “The Score”).
Check out the new single “Sweetest Girl” which also features Lil’Wayne and Nia.

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PREVIEW: Listen to “Sweetest Girl”

Best of… Lauryn Hill to be released!

13 07 2007

The Best of Lauryn Hill album is going to be released in Germany soon! (At least “VOLUME one: Fire” of J.Periods Double Disc Mixtape-CD).

The record, including the hottest tracks by Lauryn Hill, all mashed up and remixed into this amazing Mixtape CD will be available from August, 03rd 2007!
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The Disc also includes some rare Tracks from back in the Fugees-days as well as “Take It Easy”, released by the Fugees in 2005.

People in the US can order directly at DJ J.Periods Website

Related Links:
Sample: Listen to a short snippet from the CD
Review: “This is definitely a must buy for any music fan!”