When The Fugees released their second album, The Score, the timing felt eerily perfect. As hip-hop's East and West Coasts continued their tussle, their lighter-hearted approach to socially conscious rap curtailed any overarching assumptions that hip-hop was going down a "bad road." Plus, they had Lauryn Hill, who doubled as a songbird and lyrical spitfire. By juxtaposing life instrumentation, soulful melodies and abstract bars, Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel gave hip-hop a renewed spirit and propelled it to a different kind of mainstream. Watch the latest episode of For The Record and check out more episodes of the series here.