Who Won the 1999
MTV VMAs Video Of The Year

Lauryn Hill

("Doo Wop (That Thing)")

1998 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner
2000  Winner

1999 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Videos

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1999 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner Lauryn Hill News

In full, on vinyl, no talking: have we lost the art of listening to music?

The Guardian
Jean-Philippe Ducharne, an organiser of Classic Album Sundays, is speaking to a room of strangers in a Sydney bar, poised to hear Lauryn Hill's 1998 album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. In full, on vinyl, no chatter. People recline on pillows and ...

1999 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner Lauryn Hill News

Greensboro singer/songwriter Vanessa Ferguson sings Lauryn Hill song on 'The Voice'

Winston-Salem Journal
"'Killing Me Softly'" Vanessa said, like she was surprised Alicia had to ask. Vanessa sang "Killing Me Softly" in a previous "Voice" performance. "Lauryn Hill and I kind of have the same vibe. I was lucky enough to meet her at a concert. Just very down ...

1999 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner Lauryn Hill News

Greensboro singer/songwriter Vanessa Ferguson sings Lauryn Hill song on 'The Voice' (Video)

Greensboro News & Record (blog)
"'Killing Me Softly'" Vanessa said, like she was surprised Alicia had to ask. Vanessa sang "Killing Me Softly" in a previous "Voice" performance. "Lauryn Hill and I kind of have the same vibe. I was lucky enough to meet her at a concert. Just very down ...




1999 MTV VMAs Video Of The Year Winner Lauryn Hill News

Selah Marley: Lauryn Hill's Daughter Continuing Family's Music Legacy? (Watch & Decide)

Eurweb.com
*Ivy Park model Selah Marley took to social media to show off her singing skills. The daughter of Lauryn Hill and grand-daughter of Bob Marley dropped a video on Instagram of herself hitting some notes. “I rarely post this type of stuff bc I'm usually ...

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