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The 50 Best Hip-Hop Diss Songs

#23. Lauryn Hill "Lost Ones" (1998)

Target: The Fugees, Wyclef
Producer: Lauryn Hill, Che Guevara, Vada Nobles
Album: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Label: Ruffhouse/Columbia

SQUASHED

Best Line: "It's funny how money change a situation/Miscommunication leads to complication/My emancipation don't fit your equation."

When The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill dropped, most had no knowledge of the love affair gone wrong between Lauryn and her Refugee partner Wyclef Jean, they just noticed Jean's lack of involvement in her project. In scorched earth mode, Lauryn addressed the situation and aired out her former bandmate, citing money and hunger for fame as the reason for the split. Things were never the same, and 15 years later we still haven't seen another Fugees album. Or another listenable Lauryn project, for that matter.

Tags: jay-z, nas
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