Lauryn Hill stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' on Thursday to participate in the talk show host's Bob Marley tribute week. The soulful singer performed the reggae legend's 'Chances Are' as well as 'Could You Be Loved.'

The R&B singer/rapper is personally connected to Marley, as she is married to his fourth son, Rohan, with whom she has five children. A cover of 'No Woman, No Cry' also appeared on the Fugees' multi-platinum album 'The Score.'

After her success with 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' and her retreat from the limelight, Rolling Stone reported that Hill began developing a screenplay about Bob Marley's life in which she was to play his wife, Rita.

Hill follows the likes of Ziggy Marley, Jennifer Hudson, Jakob Dylan and Chris Cornell, all of whom performed during Fallon's tribute week, honoring the 30th anniversary of Marley's death. Lenny Kravitz will close out the week with the final performance tonight, May 13, at 12:37AM ET on NBC.

Watch Lauryn Hill Perform 'Chances Are' on 'Jimmy Fallon'

Watch Lauryn Hill Perform 'Could You Be Loved' on 'Jimmy Fallon'