The Score

Fugees - The Score
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
1996 Ratings: #6 / 63
User Score
Based on 418 ratings
1996 Ratings: #15
Liked by 30 people
February 13, 1996 / Release Date
LP / Format
Columbia / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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I wanna be like Lauryn Hill: get into Columbia, drop out after a year, show up late to shows but still get respect
* Red Intro (8/10)
* How Many Mics (8/10)
* Ready Or Not (8.5/10)
* Zealots (7/10)
* The Beast (6.5/10)
* Fu-Gee-La (8/10)
* Family Business (7.5/10)
* Killing Me Softly With His Song (10/10)
* The Score (7/10)
* The Mask (7/10)
* Cowboys (7.5/10)
* No Woman, No Cry (6.5/10)
* Manifest / Outro (8/10)
* Mista Mista (5.5/10)

Nota Final: 75/100
Lauryn carries this album so hard that sometimes I just skip to the songs that have her in it. Now with that being said, Wyclef and Pras do their thing on this album, giving us some comical flows with their interesting voices, but that can only do so much when u have Lauryn on the album.

Best Tracks: Killing Me Softly, How Many Mics, Ready Or Not, Fu-Gee-La, No Woman, No Cry
The Score by Fugees is hailed as one of the greatest and most legendary Hip-Hop records to come out of the 90’s and I cannot dispute that claim in the slightest bit.

The Score is able to incapsulate a wide variety of different sounds and styles from R&B to Soul to its true blue Hip-Hop sound in an awe-inducing manner. There is no better example of this than “Killing Me Softly With His Song” with Lauryn Hill’s nothing but gorgeous and emotional performance on this ... read more
Such a distinctive and ageless hip hop album (except for that Chinese restaurant skit yikes).
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Added on: May 13, 2013