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Ms. Lauryn Hill Designs Woolrich Collection and Stars in Campaign

It's called "Woolrich: American Soul since 1830."

‘Fantastic Beasts’ Star Ezra Miller Inks Development Deal With New Canadian Digital Studio

Ex-Tribeca exec Sol Guy and Canada's Bell Media will also co-produce a four-part series with CNN-backed Great Big Story.

Lauryn Hill Will ‘Make It Up’ to Fans After Short Concert

Hill wrote on her Facebook page Sunday that she doesn't show up to shows late because she doesn't care, but because of the artistic process.

Watch The Weeknd and Lauryn Hill Perform “In the Night” on ‘Tonight Show’

The Weeknd and Hill were scheduled to perform "In the Night" together at the Grammys on Feb. 15, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said.

Lauryn Hill Cancels Grammys Performance Due to Its “Last-Minute Nature”

"The Grammys announced a performance by Ms. Lauryn Hill prematurely and without approval. Ms. Hill had concerts all weekend, leaving no time to prepare, and was uncertain she would even be able to…

Rihanna Pulls Out of Grammys After Rehearsal

Her rep says that the singer's doctor put her on vocal rest for 48 hours because she "was at risk of hemorrhaging her vocal cords."

Cannes: Dogwoof Takes U.K. Rights for ‘Concerning Violence’

The documentary from "Black Power Mixtape" director Goran Hugo Olsson is narrated by Lauryn Hill.

Lauryn Hill Released From ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Prison

The former Fugees singer served a three-month sentence for tax evasion.

Lauryn Hill Starts Prison Sentence for Failing to Pay Taxes

The R&B singer began serving three months in a minimum security facility in Connecticut.

Lauryn Hill Vents on Racism, Slavery and the IRS in Open Letter

The singer, who was sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay taxes on approximately $1.8 million in earnings, blames her recent legal woes on historical racism.

Lauryn Hill Sentenced to Three Months for Tax Evasion

The ruling came after the former Fugees singer told the court that her situation was akin to slavery.