Ouch!!StevieFM wrote:I used to be her biggest fan.
Now I simply don't care any more.
Anyone who disrespects their fans to this degree isn't worthy of my energy.
I can understand that completely. There's never really a 'comeback' with this woman - I'm aware she tours endlessly as it seems, but she seems to take the opportunity to lecture with all her crazy talk and, like you say, stick to a setlist which is over a decade old.StevieFM wrote:Sorry... I should have explained why it annoys me! Basically, she's been doing lots of touring over the last few years - including London, and that's great and everything... but why are her live dates never accompanied by news of a new record? You can only tour on the strength of one album for so long.
definitely, i reckon she's not gonna release anything new any more....she ruined her super-career basically. It was her faut, she had some feuf with record label but it was her decission not to release a new material.leoapp wrote:I wonder how many of her fans are still left
it's been almost 11 years with no new album, i think she's lost many fans and she doesn't care about that
LOL at the Estelle comparison... they can't even be compared different leagues, different universes!!!!!! SHe has a very powerful voice! Of course it can be compared to Beyonce's or the rest... she's a great rapper, singer, composer.. basically an ARTIST.JoshuaBuzz wrote:Her voice is definitely unique and she certainly does not lack charisma or personality, both musically and as a person. And I would agree that she is one of the best artists of the last 20 years (even if just because of Killing Me Softly and The Passion). I agree its not all about power, although in my opinion a truely powerful voice is rarely emotionless or lacking personality ( a good example of power without charisma would be Leona). And the fact that she can rap is cool though, although she is by no means the only one who is a respectable rapper who can also sing with emotion (Estelle is a notable example).
Wow, I'd kill to be there.
Lauryn Hill’s “Moving Target” concert series rolled through the Motor City for a stop at Detroit’s Chene Park on Saturday (June 4). Ms. Hill, who previously hinted that she was pregnant with her sixth child, took the stage in baggy clothing, high-heeled boots, and a Yankees cap, smiling for photos backstage.
Her intimate shows have been inspiring her to create new music. “If I have something to say and I really mean something, that’s when it’s time to put something out. And it’s getting close to that time, don’t you think? As my Jamaican brethren say, soon come,” she told her L.A. fans in April.
In addition to the Fugees frontwoman, Mos Def rocked the red mic in anticipation of the Rock the Bells Festival, kicking off in August.