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The power couple won Top R'n'B/Hip-Hop Song Award for their 'Drunk in Love' while Hill joined the likes of Dr. Dre, P. Diddy and Elton John as a recipient of ASCAP Golden Note Award.
Hill's 'Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair', Usher's 'My Baby Just Cares for Me' and Jazmine Sullivan's 'Baltimore' have just been debuted online.
The former Fugees member's cover will be included on an album to accompany Netflix's documentary about Simone called 'What Happened, Miss Simone?'.
The former member of the Fugees decides to axe her scheduled performance in Tel Aviv after failing to hold a concert in Palestina.
After failing to play the concert in Lagos, the singer posts an apology video of her being joined by some background singers and her 7-year-old daughter to sing 'Doo Wop (That Thing)'.
The Library of Congress has announced 25 recordings including a 'Sesame Street' compilation to be added the registry this year for preservation.
After her first set was cut due to her tardiness, the former Fugees member was given a second set later that night but she showed up onstage 45 minutes late again.
The former Fugees member disappoints fans for arriving onstage 90 minutes late and revamping some of her classic songs, making them unrecognizable.
The track, which is a re-interpretation of 'My Favorite Things', was first performed live by the singer during her 'Life Is Good' tour in 2012.
The Canadian rapper is joined by Hill for 'Draft Day' and 'Doo Wop (That Thing)' while Usher, 50 Cent and G-Unit also make appearances at the annual music festival.
The singer, who comes late to the concert at the House of Blues in Chicago, scolds a male fan who expresses his disappointment over her terrible performance.
The 'Consumerism' singer's concert, which was supposed to happen on Friday, February 7, is a rescheduled date for another show she canceled in December.
On Thanksgiving Eve, The Fugees member will take the stage at New York's Bowery Ballroom and play two shows that will be held at 06:00 P.M. and 10:00 P.M..
The singer will go on a tour, which starts on November 15 until December 31, before returning home on New Year's Day to resume the delayed detention.
Hill's attorney says that after being released from prison, the Grammy-winning singer will start a one-year period of probation with three months of home confinement.