Hill, who was
sued over production credit for her album, The Miseducation of
Lauryn Hill, has settled. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed
by her label, Sony Entertainment. The musicians, Vada Nobles,
Rasheem Pugh, Tejumold and Johari Newton, charged that Hill promised
to credit them for their work, but then reneged and listed her
self as Producer.
Lauryn's court battles
aren't over yet. Bass player Vere Issac is suing her, claiming
the didn't give him credit for his work on Aretha Franklin's smash,
"A Rose Is A Rose", citing that he wrote the melody
for the single.