The Score

Fugees - The Score
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
1996 Ratings: #10 / 60
User Score
Based on 216 ratings
1996 Ratings: #27
February 13, 1996 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ruffhouse, Columbia / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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morningsbell
85
I wanna be like Lauryn Hill: get into Columbia, drop out after a year, show up late to shows but still get respect
MasterCrackfox
87
There was a period of time that all I knew from Fugees was the track Killing Me Softly. Not that this is a bad track by any means, as it really is an impassioned performance by Lauryn Hill in the realm of soul music, but it admittedly is not the most obvious track to go off of if you wanted to know what to expect from The Score.

Instead of merely being a soulful record that highlighted the voice of Hill, this album is one of the most socially-conscious hip hop records in history. The blending ... read more
luna128
70
UH OH, C L A S S I C A L E R T
Tielur
75
If my father liked it then I do too. Jk this thing is timeless and full of bops that anyone can get up and dance around to. An all around good time that deserves its classic approval stamp.
PMM
71
Great hip hop album. Every song is good, maybe except "Killing Me Softly" which is a masterpiece. Lyrically this is gold. Great rapping, great singing, this all with great beats. I think that miss Lauryn Hill is like a cherry on the cake.
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Added on: May 13, 2013