Erykah Badu Wants Lauryn Hill’s New Music Following Apple Music Honor

Apple Music’s Top 100 Albums of All Time list was highly anticipated by music lovers, with hip-hop fans often disagreeing with some of the genre’s representation as the list was gradually revealed. Nas’ debut album Illmatic made the list, while Kendrick Lamar’s 2012 album Good Kid m.A.A.d. City did too. However, 2015’s To Pimp A Butterfly is considered more worthy of a place by sections of fans. Indeed, the list has sparked discussions and debates among music enthusiasts on social media, reflecting the diverse range of musical genres and eras within the global music community.

Lauryn Hill’s 1998 album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, topped the chart, ranking first. Despite being one of the most critically acclaimed albums of all time, it was surprising to see it rank higher than albums like The Beatles’ Abbey Road and Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Hill’s sole studio record to date is this one. Despite her MTV Unplugged 2.0 live album, she hasn’t released a new studio album for 26 years. Erykah Badu believes that Hill’s Apple Music accolade is the perfect time for her to return to the studio, as the impact of “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” continues to resonate with listeners. Fans are eagerly anticipating new music from the talented artist.

Lauryn Hill, a renowned artist, has been praised by music industry insiders for her significant impact on culture and her lasting legacy in the music industry. Badu, who urged Hill to return to the studio, praised her for weathering the storm and expressing her gratitude for her best work. The Apple Music album list, voted on by various insiders, was based on concepts like effect and influence rather than quality. This recognition reflects Hill’s lasting legacy in the music industry.

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