Are you still craving the soulful sounds of Lauryn Hill? Then get ready to be rewarded. After eleven years, and with only mere cameos to her credit, the former lead singer of the Fugees is hinting at a possible return to the industry that launched her into superstardom.
Hill basically revealed as much to NPR during one of her rare interviews, during which she also helped to clear the air about her disappearance from music: “There were a number of different reasons. But partly, the support system that I needed was not necessarily in place. There were things about myself, personal-growth things, that I had to go through in order to feel like it was worth it.”
She’s been seen touring lately, most recently playing at Santa Rosa, California’s Harmony Festival. Her five children are older now, which Hill claims is a reason she’s been performing more often. “The youngest is 2 now, so she’s old enough that I can leave her for a period of time and know she’s going to be OK. That’s one reason. And I think it’s just time. I’m starting to get excited again.” She also noted her desire to start recording again.