has received 10 Grammy Award nominations Tuesday as women dominated
several categories typically ruled by men. “The
Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” will compete against
a nearly all-female field — including Madonna, Sheryl Crow and
Shania Twain — for album of the year. Hill was also nominated
in the best new artist, pop, R&B, rap and producer categories.
The 41st annual Grammys will be presented Feb. 24 in Los Angeles
on CBS. Hill, who wrote and produced Aretha Franklin’s song “A
Rose Is Still a Rose,” will go up against the soul queen for
best female R&B vocal and best R&B album.