Even after reports of her whipping together nearly $1 million to pay off her tax debts, Lauryn Hill was sentenced only moments ago to serve three months in federal prison for tax evasion, according to TMZ.
Lauryn Hill has been in the news lately for a lot of things, but getting evicted is the one she is vehemently denying, according to her Tumbler page. Hill refers to the recent rumors spread by tabloids as "another media inaccuracy".
No more waiting for new music from Lauryn Hill. Fans will get a chance to hear the triple threat on new tracks, as she's inked a $1 million dollar record deal with Sony! This deal comes at a great time where we're sure Lauryn can really use the money to help her mounting debt.
Coachella, the three-day music festival held every year about 100 miles east of Los Angeles, has announced their 2011 lineup. Kanye West, The Kings of Leon, and The Arcade Fire are headlining, and highlights include a rare appearance by singer/songwriter Lauryn Hill and a set by The Strokes, who are …