And oh my God, he is so happy.
For an Amnesty International concert at Barclays.
It's called "Consumerism."
Instant reviews gathered after her May 14 show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg — presumably one of her last before she reports to prison on July 8.
"I had an economic system imposed on me," she said in court.
"In an ideal scenario, I would not have to rush the release of new music … but the message is still there."
"I've been fighting for existential and economic freedom," she says of the whole tax-evasion thing.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
She was hiding from society.
Also, a Canadian company tried to sell fraudulent spots on the Paris Fashion Week schedule.
She might be batty, but Ms. Hill's a trooper.
Even as Lauryn gave birth to his sixth child over the weekend.