Lauryn Hill was released from prison today after serving three months for tax evasion. She was prosecuted for purposely eluding and failing to pay taxes from 2005 through 2007. Hill hasn't recorded any new music to earn a prestigious income, but she continues to earn royalties from her hit album, The Miseducation of Lauren Hill and past records with The Fugees. There have been concerns regarding the mental stability of Hill through the years as she has confessed to refusing payment of her taxes due to the need of withdrawing from society and protecting her family's well-being.
The question fans are wondering is whether she can move on from her financial woes and continue to make music? Despite past successes, fans are anxiously waiting for Lauren's return to the music industry. It is unknown whether Hill's prison release will force her into seclusion or encourage her to create a post-prison album like so many rappers before her.