There were faint signs of hope. There were reasons to believe. There was even a decent comeback single released in late 2005 called “Take It Easy,” in which Lauryn Hill passionately and repeatedly proclaimed “we need reconciliation!” Now, there’s nothing but destroyed dreams and disappointed, disillusioned fans.
“Straight dead” is how Prazrakel “Praz” Michel described the status of the highly anticipated Fugees reunion album.
“You know, unfortunately, Miss Hill, she’s got some things she needs to deal with. I wish her the best, but life goes on,” Michel told SOHH.com.
In the meantime, Michel and lead Fugees vocalist Wyclef Jean continue to work on solo material and movies (”I gotta shoot a movie with my man Josh Lucas and Tim Roth after I finish my album,” Michel revealed), and Hill continues to make millions of anxious fans wait for her artistic insanity to end.
source: dose.ca | sohh.com
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