Ms. Lauryn Hill covers Bob Marley on Jimmy Fallon

May 13, 2011

So, how long has it been since Lauryn Hill did television? Lauryn Hill, accompanied by her usual band and a glorious dookie rope, performed twice on Thursday on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in celebration of Bob Marley Week, playing his classics “Could You Be Loved” (above) and “Chances Are” (below, after the jump).

A preview of her upcoming show at the Mezzanine, perhaps?


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