Synopsis by Mark Deming
After splitting with the innovative hip-hop group the Fugees, Lauryn Hill scored one of the most impressive solo debuts of the 1990s with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, which blended intelligent, incisive lyrics, funk grooves, old-school soul ambience with Hill's strong and distinctive vocals. Nearly four years later, Hill appeared on MTV's newly revived Unplugged series, and MTV Unplugged: Lauryn Hill -- No. 2.0 finds her performing a set of brand new songs, as well as sharing her thoughts on her music, her philosophies, and the circumstances which helped to shape her work and her life. Songs include "Adam Lives in Theory," "War in the Mind," "Water," "The Conquering Lion," "So Much Things to Say," and eight others.
acoustic-music, hip-hop-music, R&B-music, singer, soul-music