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Hill's subsequent activity, which includes the release of a few songs and occasional festival appearances, has been sporadic.Her behavior has sometimes caused audience dissatisfaction; a reunion with her former group did not last long.In addition to Miseducation works, the nominations included her rendition of "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" for the 1997 film Conspiracy Theory, which had appeared on Billboard charts, In June 1999, she received an Essence Award, but her acceptance speech, where she said there was no contradiction in religious love and servitude and "[being] who you are, as fly and as hot and as whatever," In early 2000, Hill was one of many artists and producers to share the Grammy Award for Album of the Year for Santana's 1999 multi-million selling Supernatural, for which she had written, produced, and rapped on the track "Do You Like the Way" (a rumination on the direction the world was headed, it also featured the singing of Cee Lo Green and the signature guitar runs of Carlos Santana).She was also nominated for Best R&B Song for "All That I Can Say", which she had written and produced for Mary J. Also, her concocted duet with Bob Marley on "Turn Your Lights Down Low" for the 1999 remix tribute album Chant Down Babylon additionally appeared in the 1999 film The Best Man and later received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.A 1997 benefit event for the Refugee Project introduced a Board of Trustees for the organization that included Sean Combs, Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, Spike Lee, and others as members.Hill later said that she wanted to "write songs that lyrically move me and have the integrity of reggae and the knock of hip-hop and the instrumentation of classic soul" and that the production on the album was intended to make the music sound raw and not computer-aided.During this time she won numerous other awards and became a common sight on the cover of magazines.
In 1988, Hill appeared as an Amateur Night contestant on It's Showtime at the Apollo.
It received massive critical acclaim, showcasing a representation of life and relationships and locating a contemporary voice within the neo soul genre. It included the singles "Doo Wop (That Thing)" (also a number one), "Ex-Factor" (became her biggest solo hit in UK), and "Everything Is Everything".
At the 41st Grammy Awards, the record earned her five awards, including Album of the Year and Best New Artist.
Her last full-length recording, the new-material live album MTV Unplugged No.
2.0 (2002), sharply divided critics and sold poorly compared to her first album and work with the Fugees.