J.Cole was booked at the iHeart Music Festival last night and brought out T-Boz and Chilli for the first performance of “Crooked Smile”. After the jump, Miguel joins him for “Power Trip”.
Miguel tosses and turns between the sheets on the latest offering from the Adult Swim Singles Program.
Budweiser continued their Made In America music festival today at Philly’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway with Miguel as one of the many acts. Up top is his full performance. No leg drops included.
It’s almost prime time around these parts, but for Janelle Monáe and Miguel, it’s right now. Before her The Electric Lady premieres September 10, here’s their steamy duet in support of the album. Tune in.
While a devilish grin, J.Cole took a seat for a live performance of “Crooked Smile”. Afterwards, Miguel made his third appearance on stage and joined him for “Power Trip”. After the jump, check out his performance of the aforementioned songs on Hip-Hop Nation.
Heads up. After taking the “Best R&B Artist” award, Miguel served the Nokia Theatre with “How Many Drinks” with this year’s “Best Hip-Hop and New Artist”, Kendrick Lamar. Bottoms up.
Surrounded by chandeliers, MiMi graced the Nokia Theatre stage with Miguel and Da Snowman for their “#Beautiful (Remix)“. Afterwards, Jeezy lit up the stage for “R.I.P.”. They just killed the theatre.
With DJ Mustard on the beat, Mariah Carey keeps the remixes coming and this time brings Da Snowman along for her latest.
MiMi’s forthcoming set, The Art Of Letting Go is still on the way, but today she revisits her brand new single and brings along A$AP Rocky for the official remix of her current single.