On Robert Glasper saying Hill hasn’t done enough to act the way she acts:
“Who are you to say I didn’t do enough? Most people are probably just hearing your name for the first time because you dropped MINE in an interview, controversially. Taking nothing away from your talent, but this is a fact. The Miseducation was my only solo studio album, but it certainly wasn’t the only good thing I did.”
Hill went on to list her work with the Fugees, her inspiration to mothers, and her role as a Black woman in hip hop as “doing enough.” Not to mention, her MTV Unplugged album is an underrated gem. So yea, Ms. Hill wasn’t having that, and I must agree.
Take It Or Leave It? Ms. Lauryn Hill’s Address To Robert Glasper Decoded was originally published on globalgrind.com