F*ck You Back To Sleep (Remix)
Chris Brown Feat. Trey Songz, Miguel & August Alsina
Chris Brown recently revealed another layer to his deep-seated misogyny in making light of Kehlani's suicide attempt, and he recently did himself one worse by calling a Tinashe, whom is obviously a global top 5, "a 16-year-old hobbit face ass," whatever that means, for unfollowing him on Instagram.
Waves (Tame Impala Remix)
We’ve already shared one of the alternate “Waves” remixes that Miguel is dropping tomorrow as part of his Rogue Waves EP, but another has popped up. It’s just too good not to share. “Waves (Tame Impala Remix)” features psychedelic rockers Tame Impala adding their signature distortion and reverb-heavy riffs to the popular track.
Waves (Joshua Tree Version)
While the remix with Travis $cott is climbing the charts, Miguel has positioned himself to continue riding the biggest song from his Wildheart album, "Waves." He's planning on a releasing Rogue Waves, an EP of 5 alternate versions of "Waves" (including the one with Travis $cott), tomorrow (February 26) and today he's shared another of those alternates.
Miguel Feat. Travis Scott
Miguel surprises fans this morning with a dope remix to "Waves" off his recent album Wildheart. This, coincidentally, comes on the heels of Kanye West's album name switch (also Waves), which seems to have irritated a few artists who feel Ye is adopting (or taking) a movement that doesn't belong to him. How do you feel about that?
U R On My Mind (Unreleased)
Miguel Feat. Blu
To celebrate his 30th birthday on Friday, Miguel decided to dig deep into the vaults and release a never before heard track called “U R On My Mind” which he recorded when he was 14 years old back in 1999 with Blu & Anthony Williams. Take a listen to the wavy throwback jam and share your thoughts on the young Miguel in the comments below. Artwork picture taken around Halloween 2007 Miguel says.
Simple Things (Remix)
Miguel Feat. Future & Chris Brown
Miguel's Wildheart, released in June, is among the best albums released this year. If you missed it, perhaps it was because there were no features aside from Kurupt and Lenny Kravitz. Well, now the L.A. singer has "re-lit" one of the album's bonus tracks, "Simple Things," and brought along Future and Chris Brown. That's a lot of talent on one track.
A$AP Rocky Feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson
Similar to last month, A$AP Rocky sat down for another exclusive conversation at the Red Bull Music Academy in Harlem Thursday night and had some unfortunate news to share with us this time. Instead of the original May 12th release date that we’re anticipating, Rocky announced that his sophomore album, A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.ASAP), will now be dropping on June 2nd.
Miguel Feat. Wale
At the end of last year, Miguel came out of hiding and released a surprise EP, nwa.hollywooddreams.coffee (all three tracks listed in the title). Now, the singer has decided to remix the lattermost track, changing its name to "Coffee (Fucking)," and getting a new verse from Wale.
Miguel Feat. Kurupt
Miguel surprised the hell out of us when he brought out an Atlanta rap flow on his collaboration with The Chemical Brothers earlier this year. Of course, it made us more curious about the singer's next project than ever, and while it seems a full length will not arrive before the end of the year, Miguel gave us a teaser that fulfills the promise of "This Is Not A Game".
In My Life
Ludacris Feat. John Legend
Oooooh weee. After giving us a sneak peak through Instagram, Luda has graced us with the full track for "In My Life" off his upcoming EP, Burning Bridges (which will be available for free on Google Play on December 16th). It's been two years now since Luda's last collaboration with John Legend on the platinum-certified song, "Tonight (Best You Ever Had") and their latest track doesn't disappoint.
Ludacris Feat. Miguel
Ludacris has been steadily reminding HNHH readers over the past several weeks why he's one of the best to ever pick up a mic in the south, dropping freestyle after freestyle of acclaimed new tracks. Now, he's finally poised to make his return to mainstream radio with "Good Lovin'." The first single from his upcoming Burning Bridges EP due in stores this December, this smooth new production from Da Internz has radio-ready written all over it. The question now is whether fans of Luda's harder, more street ready, material are going to be equally as enthusiastic.
This Is Not A Game
The Chemical Brothers Feat. Miguel
The upcoming soundtrack for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1 has been curated by New Zealand pop sensation Lorde, and as a result, the OST is full of unconventional collaborations between, rap, R&B, electronic, and left-field pop artists. Today, we get a collaboration between veteran UK big beat duo The Chemical Brothers and R&B big wig Miguel.
Miguel is rumored to be dropping some new material before the year's end, and today he's hinted at what he's got in store. The "Adorn" singer has teased a brand new track, which appears to be titled "Coffee", and could very well be the lead single from his third studio album.
How Many Drinks (Remix)
Rick Ross Feat. Miguel & Kendrick Lamar
Well over a year after the release of Miguel's Salaam-Remi-produced single "How Many Drinks" (included on his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream), the Mastermind himself has decided to put his spin on the record in true Maybach Music Group fashion. Better late than never, right? This is actually a remix (an "MMG-Mix", to be exact) of Kendrick Lamar's remix of "How Many Drinks", and his verse remains intact. Did Rozay do the cut justice?
Bennie And The Jets
Miguel Feat. Wale
Any fans of Elton John in the audience? Either way, a reissue of his seventh studio album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is set to drop on its 40th anniversary, that being Tuesday, March 25. The Deluxe Edition and box set will include new versions of tracks from the album, undertaken by such artists as John Grant, The Band Perry, Fall Out Boy, Hunter Hayes, the Zac Brown Band, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé, Imelda May and Miguel & Wale, evidence of which we have here.
Girls love Miguel. Which makes him a perfect addition to HBO's "Girls" Soundtrack, for which his new effort "Simplethings" will appear. The song begins with some unaccompanied electric guitar, reminiscent of the one kinda hilariously mood-breaking (but still awesome) track from Adorn, "Pussy Is Mine", before launching into a driving ballad once the drums kick in. The song celebrates the simple things in life, which--in Miguel's world--are weed and sex, naturally. The singer's unparalleled falsetto work is also on display in the song's powerful crescendo.
Big Sean Feat. Miguel
Stream Ashley, the newest drop from Big Sean which features Miguel. The cut was released on Friday, November 22nd, 2013. Things are looking better for Big Sean with each new release, which Ashley has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Big Sean has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
Can't Sleep Together
Stream Can't Sleep Together, the newest drop from Miguel. The cut was released on Monday, September 9th, 2013. Miguel continues to impress with each new leak, and Can't Sleep Together is no exception. It's strengthens Miguel's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Miguel's next offering.
Janelle Monae Feat. Miguel
Listen to PrimeTime, the new track by Janelle Monáe featuring Miguel which was dropped on Monday, August 19th, 2013. Janelle Monáe's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and PrimeTime will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Janelle Monáe debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Miguel Feat. Jessie Ware
Give Adorn (Remix) a spin - it's a new offering from Miguel, featuring Jessie Ware. It was dropped on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013. Miguel's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Adorn (Remix). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?