Nas loves <i>The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill</i> so much that he reviewed the album for <i>XXL</i>, a few years ago. “It’s a timeless record, pure music. And that’s what we don’t hear anymore. She birthed her sound, and that’s timeless. She didn’t try to be cool, she was already cool. She didn’t have to fit in with any style, she was the new style, and it’s a positive style,” he wrote.
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