As the 20th anniversary Lauryn Hill's debut solo album, The Miseducation Lauryn Hill, approaches, it's clear to see that the Fugees singer continues to have a pround influence on modern-day hip-hop and R&B.

The most recent example is Drake's brand new song “Nice for What,” which features a sample Miseducation's “Ex-Factor,” a top 10 single on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in 1999.   

Drake isn't the only rap star who has recently sampled “Ex-Factor.” The '90s hit was also used in Cardi B's “Be Careful,” which is featured on her new debut album, Invasion Privacy.

Written and produced by Hill, “Ex-Factor” benefited from a sample its own: The track features elements Wu-Tang Clan's “Can It Be All So Simple,” which in turn samples “The Way We Were/Try To Remember” by Gladys Knight & The Pips.

Wyclef Jean, Hill's partner in the Fugees, has praised “Ex-Factor” as one his favorite songs from his former collaborator. “This is like my ‘911’ song. There’s a real purity about it. I always like the boldness an artist to just say what they are going through,” Jean told Vibe in 2010.

In addition to Drake and Cardi B, “Ex-Factor” has been sampled by several other notable acts, including Omarion, Lil B and Kehlani. Listen to the original and other artists who have sampled it in the videos below.

Lauryn Hill, “Ex-Factor” (1998)

Drake, “Nice for What” (2018)

Cardi B, “Be Careful” (2018)

Omarion, “Show Me” featuring Jeremih (2014)

Lil B, “Money Over Suckas” (2012)

Kehlani, “Till the Morning” (2014)