Way back in 1998, there was a musician who took over music, critically and in every other way possible really. Guess who's back?

Lauryn Hill released a new track over the weekend titled 'Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)' and you can hear it below along with what is even better news, a quote from Hill's Tumblr account that says she's working on new music. Could the follow-up to The Miseducation be on the horizon in what has so far, been the year of the comeback? (David Bowie, Suede, My Bloody Valentine, ETC.)

Only time will tell. Until then, check out the new track and some words from Hill below.

"It has been reported that I signed a new record deal, and that I did this to pay taxes. Yes, I have recently entered into an agreement with Sony Worldwide Entertainment, to launch a new label, on which my new music will be released. And yes, I am working on new music …

"It took years for me to get out of the ‘parasitic’ dynamic of my youth, and into a deal that better reflects my true contribution as an artist, and (purportedly) gives me the control necessary to create a paradigm suitable for my needs … My past recordings have sold over 50,000,000 units worldwide, earning the label a tremendous amount of money (a fraction of which actually came to me)."

"Only a completely complicated set of traps, manipulations, and inequitable business arrangements could put someone who has accomplished the things that I have, financially in need of anything. I am one artist who finds value in openly discussing the dynamics within this industry that force artists to compromise or distort themselves and what they do, rather than allowing them to make the music that people need. There are volumes that could (and will) be said."