Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time /// LOST ONES The opening track on Lauryn Hill's landmark solo debut is a reminder of how viciously this great singer could rhyme. It was recorded in Jamaica, and Hill raps (and, in the chorus, croons) in her version of a Trenchtown patois. "It's funny how money changes situations," she begins, but what follows isn't funny: a spit-roasting indictment of arrogance, greed and spiritual blindness
Lauryn Hill - Lost Ones "Hypocrites always want to play innocent. Always want to take it to the full out extent. Always want to make it seem like good intent. Never want to face it when it's time for punishment. I know that you don't wanna hear my opinion. But there come many paths and you must choose one. And if you don't change then the rain soon come. See you might win some but you just lost one"