How many beverages does it to take to bounce with Miguel? While your girlfriend ponders that question, check out his new video with Kendrick Lamar. The original track can be found on Kaleidoscope Dream. pitchfork
Miguel was the musical guest this weekend on Saturday Night Live. Above, he performs a somewhat rock rendition of his hit single “Adorn”. Below, he performs his newest single, “How Many Drinks?”. Kaleidoscope Dream in stores now.
With the hair and all, kinda hard to tell these two apart. Ha! Anyway, VIBE was on hand during their video shoot for the remix. Hopefully, they left some liquor for us.
Track seven off Miguel’s Kaleidoscope Dream gets reupholstered with a verse from Kendrick Lamar. Unless we’ve been drinking, Lil Kenny sounds a lil’ like Lil Wayne.
With locking in last year’s top rap and R&B albums, K-Dot and Miguel point the fingers on VIBE‘s upcoming “Big List” issue. Peep the excerpt below and their individual covers after the jump. You’re both carrying the torch as the leaders of the new generation. How do you define musical genius? KENDRICK: Somebody that don’t really have any boundaries, that’s not confined to the traditional structure of a song or traditional sounds. When you listen to “Adorn,” it feels like […]
Jermaine catches feelings and a body in his new video featuring Miguel. Jealousy is a muthafucka. Despite the dark imagery, Cole insists, “No R&B singers were harmed during the making of this video”. Save the date: Born Sinner drops June 25
Talib Kweli charms his way with the ladies on his new ballad featuring Miguel. This is off his forthcoming album Prisoner Of Conscious dropping on April 23. bk
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