Ms. Lauryn Hill’s breakthrough was with the Fugees, but following the collapse of the band she truly made history with her brilliant solo debut The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill. At a time when hip hop was becoming slicker and more commercial, Hill made a staggeringly honest and sensitive album, explaining to the world anew what the connection was between hip hop and soul and social awareness. The album, on which stars like Mary J. Blige and D’Angelo collaborated, was a worldwide hit and went platinum. The album gained Hill no fewer than five Grammys and made her the most promising R&B artist of the moment. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the legendary album, she embarked on a world tour some months ago. This tour will also bring her to the festival for the very first time.