Alicia Keys’ “Set The World On Fire” tour stopped at the Barclays Center last night in Brooklyn. During Miguel’s set, he was accompanied by J.Cole for the first live performance of “Power Trip”. Video coming soon.
From war to poverty, Miguel holds his candle to some of the world’s on-going issues in his brand new video. Kaleidascope Dream in stores now. “It’s so easy to ignore what’s right in front of us sometimes. I wanted to create a song and visual that addressed my everyday concerns of life as I know it in the world that we live in.” hypebeast
Produced by himself, Jermaine reunites with Miguel for the new single off his sophomore album, Born Sinner. Don’t trip, Power 105 has a rip. Says Jermaine: “I’ve always wanted to use my voice to shift culture, even if just a millimeter. This song is one of my strongest to date and I look forward to hearing fans reactions.” UPDATE: CDQ
Miguel already took home an award. But during the televised ceremony, he and his matching-outfit-wearer Wiz Khalifa gave a live performance of the remix to the Grammys’ “Best R&B Song“. mwp
Following a series of EPs, Miguel dodges the sophomore jinx with the release of his second studio album, Kaleidoscope Dream. He sets the mood with the modern day classic “Adorn” and inspires more sexual healings on “Don’t Look Back” and “Do You…”. Behind the bedroom doors, he shows his tender side (“Use Me”) but then quickly takes control between the sheets (“Pussy Is Mine”, “How Many Drinks”). Things only get better when he glides over the 808s on “Arch & Point” […]
Miguel woos the ladies in attendance at Jay Leno’s nightly show by performing his Grammy-nominated smash. If you haven’t yet, purchase Kaleidoscope Dream now. mwp
Off the heels of the success of Kaleidoscope Dream, Miguel gives his fans a double-dose of treats with a dance tune followed by a smooth groove. “Bawdy” “On These Wings” idolator
Miguel swept the ladies off their feet with a performance of his hit single during yesterday’s airing of Ellen’s show.
Miguel put in work last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon by performing “Do You…” from his well-received album, Kaleidoscope Dream. Job well done.
Looking determined as ever, Miguel’s mug is plastered on the 83rd issue of Fader. Below is an excerpt addressing some of his misconceptions. Full story