First "Details," then "Time" and "Rolling Stone," now "Esquire" magazine has become the latest publication to feature multiple-Grammy nominee Lauryn Hill on its cover, as the singer-producer posed with Tom Hanks, Madonna, Sharon Stone and Chris Rock for the mag's March cover.
But as Hill gears up for the U.S. leg of her "Miseducation" world tour, attention is once again being paid not to her press clips, but to some of the songs and subjects on her solo debut.
There continues to be speculative whispers about whether some the record's lyrics refer to Hill's fellow Fugee, Wyclef Jean, notions she got a chance to dispel during a recent interview with our colleagues at MTV Europe.
"The album is more for me then it is for anyone else," Hill said. "It was like my release. To me these songs were a way for me to express myself and finally just move on. It's like once you're in a storm,
it's not until you drive past that storm can you look back and say, 'Oh my god, that's where I just came from.'" [28.8 RealVideo]
Hill's tour with the Outkast kicks-off on February 13 at Miami's Bayfront Park.