South Orange singer uses social media to express her appreciation for letter-writing campaign that included Alicia Keys and Stevie Wonder.
Singer, songwriter Lauryn Hill has been keeping a low profile since she was sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay taxes on $2.3 million in income over the span of five years on Monday, May 6, a published report Sunday said. The South Orange resident and Fugees singer has recently taken to her Tumblr account, an NJ.com report said, to thank people who wrote letters to the judge on her behalf for leniency in her sentencing. The report says fellow musicians Stevie Wonder and Alicia Keys were among the 28 people who participated in the letter-writing campaign. In the Tumblr post, Hill said Thursday, "I also want to thank all of my family, friends, business associates, and fans who have called, emailed, sent texts, and posted …
'Girl on Fire Tour' continues with a stop at Prudential Center
Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys begins her 24-city “Set The World on Fire Tour” next month that will include a stop at the Prudential Center April 8. The 14-time Grammy winner is touring in support of her number-one album Girl on Fire. R&B star Miguel, whose “Adorn” has reached number one on the urban adult charts, will be opening for Keys. Presale tickets are available for Citi credit card holders Feb. 13 at 10 am through Citi’s Private Pass Program. For more information, click here. Regular sales of tickets begin Saturday, Feb. 16 at noon and can be ordered through Ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000…
Many of the top female singers in the world packed New Hope Baptist Church to honor the singer.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Saturday's celebrity-packed funeral for Newark native Whitney Houston included some of the most respected female singers in music today, including Roberta Flack, Mary J. Blige, Dionne Warwick, Jennifer Hudson and Alicia Keys.