It's mind-blowing to think that Ms. Lauryn Hill has only one studio album to her name - 1998's similarly mind-blowing The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Sure, she made two records with the Fugees, but it's her solo debut that took Hill from talented performer to an artist on par with the soul, R&B, reggae and hip-hop legends that influenced her. The album garnered Hill five Grammy awards (including Album of the Year and Best New Artist) and sounds as fresh today as it did back when the other Clinton was in the news.

It's mind-blowing to think that Ms. Lauryn Hill has only one studio album to her name - 1998's similarly mind-blowing The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Sure, she made two records with the Fugees, but it's her solo debut that took Hill from talented performer to an artist on par with the soul, R&B, reggae and hip-hop legends that influenced her. The album garnered Hill five Grammy awards (including Album of the Year and Best New Artist) and sounds as fresh today as it did back when the other Clinton was in the news.

Since then, though, Hill has made headlines more for her personal life than her music. She withdrew from public view for a time, re-emerged for an "MTV Unplugged" album and then continued to perform sporadically. In 2013, she served a three-month prison sentence for tax evasion.

Hill dubbed her current tour the "MLH Caravan: A Diaspora Calling! Concert Series," which will feature (unannounced) special guests. Anything can happen at a Lauryn Hill show, including the lack of a Lauryn Hill show. In April, she showed up over two hours late to an Atlanta gig and then only played for about half an hour. But judging by a recent performance on Austin City Limits, when Hill shows up, she has an unquenchable, fiery focus as she sings and raps. She literally bounces as she performs, unable to quell her creative electricity.

Maybe we'll never get another Lauryn Hill album. If not, there may be no better mic drop than Miseducation.