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Watch Lauryn Hill Sing "Ex-Factor" As Part Of Her First-Ever Fashion Campaign
Watch Lauryn Hill Sing "Ex-Factor" As Part Of Her First-Ever Fashion Campaign
Source: British Vogue/Vimeo

Watch Ms. Lauryn Hill Sing "Ex-Factor" As Part Of Her First-Ever Fashion Campaign

The rapper and singer offers an acoustic rendition of one of her most popular songs as part of the campaign.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Ms. Lauryn Hill's seminal debut solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. In honor of the album's legacy, Hill has embarked on her first-ever fashion campaign, which finds her as the face of Woolrich's autumn/winter 2018 campaign.

READ: “Don’t Waste Your Money On Her”: Ms. Lauryn Hill Angers Toronto Fans For Late Performance

In a video for the campaign, Hill can be seen walking through Washington Heights before entering the United Palace, where she sings an acoustic version of her song "Ex-Factor." The video also features the artist in jackets with screen-printed images bearing her likeness as well as the album cover for Miseducation.

Hill served as a model for the campaign while the creative direction was done by Framework, according toVogue. Check out images from the campaign below.

Recently, Hill canceled several shows following her headlining performance at this year's Pitchfork Music Festival.

Four shows — two in North Carolina and two in Florida — have been canceled because of "unforeseen production issues," according to WCNC and the Rampa Bay Times. The R&B singer was supposed to perform July 25 (Wednesday) in Charlotte; July 26 (Thursday) in Raleigh; July 29 (Sunday) in St. Petersburg and August 2 (Thursday) in Jacksonville. In between those dates is a Miami performance (July 31, Tuesday) that has since been rescheduled to October 15, according to the Times.

"All tickets purchased will be refunded at point of purchase," Live Nation said via Facebook. "Tickets purchased online or by phone will be automatically refunded."

Source: Vogue