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.
Featuring on the set pics from the “Power Trip” video, frequent collaborator Miguel does the honors of narrating the fifth Born Sinner vlog series by J.Cole. Previously: Ep. 4
Leaving the wresting moves at home, Miguel woo’d the ladies at Summer Jam. J.Cole lent his services for “All I Want Is You” and ran through “Power Trip”. MiMi also blessed the stage for their duet, “Beautiful”.
Not too long after his flying leap at the BMAs, Miguel landed in London for his UK TV debut and performed his hit single today on BBC Two’s Later… with Jools Holland. Look out! Just kidding. ru
Ay oh whey oh, walk like an egyptian in Talib’s animated love tale. The duet, which features Miguel, can be found on Talib Kweli’s Prisoner Of Conscious.