Miguel‘s War & Leisure is out now! The “Sky Walker” singer is back with his 4th studio album. The 12 track project includes features from Rick Ross, Travis Scott, Kali Uchis, J. Cole, and more. Stream War & Leisure below and download via iTunes.
Can I just say “I love OverDoz.” and leave it at that? No? Fine. Just know that while 2008 is technically their debut album, they’ve been making quality music for years. This time around, they’ve given us sixteen tracks of goodness – including guest features from the likes of Miguel and A$AP Ferg, along with . . .
The Hamilton mixtape is setting up to be a star-studded affair, and the latest release definitely features an interesting combination of artists. Sia‘s somber “Satisfied” performance features prominent guest appearances from Miguel and Queen Latifah. The mixtape releases on December 2nd, with features from Nas, The Roots, Chance The Rapper, and many more making it . . .
Seeing ScHoolboy Q sans bucket hat might seem like a foreign concept, but you can see that and more in his newly released video for “Overtime,” which features Miguel and Justine Skye. The video features the three of them amidst some beautiful, colorful scenery. Purchase Blank Face via iTunes. Watch the video for “Overtime” below.
Miguel‘s latest release, “Cadillac,” has a degree of cinematic flair to it that combines with his smooth vocals to leave fans searching for more. The underlying tension that can be felt throughout the song makes sense when put in perspective – this song will be featured on the soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s new Netflix series, . . .
“Tired of human lives, turned into hashtags, or prayer hands. Tired of watching these murderers get off, while we bury the lost.” Like many of us, Miguel has had it with recent events, and he has responded by releasing an unfinished but poignant demo called “How Many” that calls for change at all costs. Miguel . . .
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Miguel keeps things silky smooth with a newly released, Salaam Remi-produced single called “Come Through And Chill.” This is Miguel’s 2AM “wyd” text, but it has way more finesse and vocal control. He coyly and gradually eases into the topic, letting his vocals melt into the guitar-centric production as we hang onto every word. . . .
Esta says he’s deleting this soon, but let’s hope that it won’t happen. The talented producer set his sights on Miguel‘s “Adorn” this time around, infusing it with lush new melodies and distinct percussion to give it a new feel. Let’s enjoy these SoundCloud remixes while we still can. Stream Esta’s “Adorn” remix below. Watch . . .
Wale has a history of R&B-influenced singles with smooth vibes. He continues that with today’s release, the Habib, August Grant and Channel 3-produced “Her Wave.” Featuring a prominent sample of Miguel‘s “Waves,” the song finds Wale back on his prose game, as he gets explicit while painting a picture of the things he wants to . . .
His legacy will never be forgotten. J Dilla continues to inspire beautiful musical interpretations, well after leaving this earth. The 2010 tribute project Suite For Ma Dukes, which included a 40-piece orchestra and was executed by Carlos Niño and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, is a prime example. Carlos Niño is gearing up to drop a new project . . .
Miguel‘s music has always felt like it comes from a different time. His latest release, the “Waves” video, feels like a window into a different era of music. Expect rippy, psychedelic special effects and a shadowy feel throughout. Travis Scott also appears in the video, and together they team up for an epic performance. Waves . . .
“Waves” has quickly become the hot word of the week, after Kanye West changed his album name to WAVES and internet uproar essentially forced ‘Ye to specifically tweet recognition to Max B. Less than 24 hours later, we have Miguel adding his contribution to the mix, dropping the remix to “Waves,” a Cash Dillon-produced joint . . .
Miguel gets trippy again in his new “Waves” video. The talented singer-songwriter extends the shelf life of a standout track from his WILDHEART album with a visual accompaniment that features out of body experiences, Wale & J. Cole cameos, and a house party you won’t forget. Watch the video for “Waves” below.
Miguel enlists the help of star Chris Brown and Future for his “Simple Things” remix. Brooke Dleau comes through to assist on production. The song originally appeared on the soundtrack to Girls, Vol. 2 last year and later found a home on Miguel’s Wildheart album. Stream “Simple Things” Re-lit below.
West Michigan creative Míguel Míchání drops another mash-up, this time mixing acapellas from Danny Brown‘s “Lie4” with the mellow instrumentation of Pail’s remix of Swindail’s “Gellaitry Groove.” Miguel has a mini EP called The XXX Blends in the works, featuring a bunch of flipped Danny Brown tracks, remixed with instrumentals by some of Miguel’s favorite . . .