Lauryn Hill is seen leaving court after the judge postpones her sentencing and gave her two weeks to pay back taxes April 22, 2013 in Newark, New Jersey. Hill pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges in June 2012 for failure to pay federal taxes on USD 1.8 million earned from 2005-2007. She faces a maximum one-year jail sentence for each of the three accounts. (Photo by Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
Fresh off her brief visit to prison for failing to pay back taxes, Lauryn Hill already making new music.
“Consumerism” is the latest offering from the former Fugees singer and it’s in a different lane than traditional R&B.
Loud and aggressive, Hill takes aim at the government and American society for valuing its love of capitalism as she raps over an aggressive rock production.
With new music so far removed from the hip-hop and R&B classic The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill, only time will tell if die hard “L Boogie” fans will embrace it.
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