Grammy-award winning singer Lauryn Hill will be going on tour instead of being confined to house arrest, according to a recent report.
Hill, a South Orange resident, was sentenced to three months in prison in May for not paying taxes on more than $2.3 million in earnings over a five year period.
A judge granted Hill permission to postpone her three-month house arrest until New Year's Day. Instead, she will be allowed to go on tour from Nov. 15 through Dec. 31, according to TMZ.
Hill will have to run all tour details — including dates, cities and hotels — past her probation officer.
To mark her release from prison, the eight-time Grammy winner released a new single called “Consumerism," according to Rolling Stone Magazine.
“Hill speed-raps through a laundry list of societal ills over a chaotic rhythm that's more Death Grips than 'Killing Me Softly,'” the article states. “Her pointed voice brutally targets 'corporate greed in Jesus’ name,' decrying ageism, sexism, racism, fascism, 'compromised commercialism' and 'neo-McCarthyism.'”