Lauryn Hill has issued an apology to fans after being forced to cancel her gig at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire due to her "past legal situation".
Hill was due to perform an acoustic show entitled Small Axe: Acoustic Performance Series on Wednesday (July 15).
The Grammy-award winning artist was imprisoned for three months in 2013 for tax evasion between 2005 and 2007. She was detained in Danbury minimum-security prison in Conneticut.
Hill has been barred from entering the UK due to her past convictions, despite performing at Brixton Academy last year.
Speaking on Facebook about the cancellations, Hill said: "I've been informed that I won't be able to enter the UK for a period of time due to my past legal situation.
"For this reason I have to cancel my concert on July 15. Know that I was looking forward to performing in London this summer, and that I appreciate all of my fans and supporters both in London, and throughout the UK. I look forward to seeing you again as soon as I'm able to."
For updates on Hill's future concerts and news, see her official website.