Lauryn Hill Records A Verse For Nas’s New Album And Reflects On Her Continual Lateness!

YourBlackWorld.net, By Victor Omondi, Posted August 18th 2021

Lauryn Hill, also widely referred to as L Boogie, is back with bang like she never took leave, and hip-hop fans are happy!

Following the release of Nas’ new album King’s Disease II on Friday, Hill became a trending topic. The two Grammy Award winners reunited for the second time since their 1996 hit “If I Ruled The World” for the track “Nobody.”

Hill’s line on “Nobody” was the first time in over 20 years that fans heard her rap on a song. Following her 1998 solo debut, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, her music fans have been clamoring for more from her.

Hill, known for leading a solitary life away from the spotlight, appears to have used her new lyrics to respond to all the rumors about her being chronically late to performances.

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On Twitter, her bars and lyrical delivery got hip-hop fans excited, with many labeling her the queen rapper.

 “Lauryn Hill showed up to the Nas album ready to remind everyone there’s a crown on her head,” one listener stated.

 “Lauryn Hills verse on Nas new album is so good,” a different listener added. “I’m so mad that we’ve been deprived of Lauryn’s amazing rap skills for almost two decades at this point?”

“So good??? Man it was just not bad and it was honest but so good? That may have been her worst verse all time. No exaggeration,” one fan tweeted.

“Lauryn Hill rapping on a Nas album in 2021 is EXACTLY as good as you thought it would be…” wrote a different fan.

“New Nas and Hit-Boy album is super solid. And we get a new Lauryn Hill verse?!? What a week,“ said another.

In recent years, Hill has made only a few appearances on tracks. “Guarding the Gates” from the Queen & Slim soundtrack and “Coming Home,” featuring Pusha T, are two of her most recent singles. She made an appearance on Teyana Taylor’s “We Got Love” in 2020.

It’s no surprise that Hill has become a trending subject, given how uncommon it is for her to even appear on a song, let alone creating her own. However, it all appears like L Boogie simply needed some time out to reposition her crown.

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