Lauryn Hill’s vocal injury postpones another show on ‘Miseducation’ anniversary tour

Lauryn Hill has postponed another show due to a vocal injury that is affecting her ability to carry out her ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ 25th anniversary tour. Earlier this month, the Grammy-winning vocalist postponed an Oct. 23 show in Philadelphia to rest her voice and ‘prevent any more serious strain or damage’ to her vocal cords.

‘ Hill resumed the tour Saturday at the United Center in Chicago, where hometown hero Chance the Rapper was in attendance with his mom. There, she reunited with her former bandmates, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel. ‘The start of this tour has been incredible,’ Hill tweeted upon announcing the Philly postponement. ‘What an amazing experience to celebrate this anniversary with all of my family, friends and all of you.

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