Lauryn Hill goes on tour, delays house arrest
Last week, we reported that Lauryn Hill was recently released after serving a prison sentence for tax evasion. Hill was supposed to be under house arrest for three months, but now a judge has granted her permission to delay house arrest so that she can go on tour.
Ms. Hill ended her three-month prison stint for tax evasion last Friday (Oct. 4) and plans to begin a series of live shows from Nov. 15 through the end of the year. […] while Hill is required to log dates, locations and other details with her probation officer, the site says her three-month home confinement will now begin on New Year’s Day.
The day before her release, Hill unveiled her latest track “Consumerism.” The single is a rap attack on societal ills where she targets sexism, racism and fascism.
Hill has not made a formal announcement about the upcoming trek, but has confirmed work on a new album, Letters From Exile.
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Hill hasn’t made a formal announcement about the upcoming trek but has confirmed work on a new album, Letters From Exile.