French Montana Feat. Miguel "Xplicit" Video
French Montana Feat. Miguel
Last month, French Montana announced that he would be ditching MC4, which was supposed to have been his sophomore album, after it had been delayed due to sample clearance issues. The album had also leaked online shortly before its original August 19th release date. Today (Nov. 5), however, French has declared MC4 to be alive and well. He plans to drop the project (likely as a mixtape) tonight at 10PM.
ScHoolboy Q Feat. Miguel & Justine Skye "Overtime" Video
ScHoolboy Q Feat. Miguel & Justine Skye
ScHoolboy Q has said that "Overtime" was added to the dense, funk-infused Blank Face at the request of the label. As easily the most accessible, R&B-infused, star-studded track on the LP, it's not to tough to spot it from a mile away, but that's not to say it doesn't provide a fresh breath of pop aspiration in an otherwise dark and tangled concept album.
Miguel "Noteworthy" Documentary
Today we get a new documentary bringing us inside Miguel's home life, and showing us how his day-to-day life inspires and influences his music. The documentary comes via NPR, who are kicking off their new "Noteworthy" series with the L.A.-based singer.
ScHoolboy Q On The Breakfast Club
ScHoolboy Q keeps the press surrounding Blank Face LP coming, his latest interview being one with The Breakfast Club trio. He's obviously hip to the trends, as Charlamagne Tha God reveals he walked in playing PokemonGo, "I'm tryna catch 'em," he says.
Miguel Previews A Remix Of Rihanna's "Kiss It Better"
Miguel & Rihanna
"Kiss It Better" is rumored to be the next single from Rihanna's impressive eighth studio album, ANTI, and it seems like it may be getting an exciting remix along with the release. Miguel shared a snippet of a new version of the song with his own vocals in the mix, and we have to say, he's gotta be the perfect feature for the Prince-esque, guitar-led record.
Miguel Covers "Hotline Bling" With Arcade Fire's Win Butler
Miguel, Win Butler of Arcade Fire, and John Oates were among those selected to headline Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival's PoWoW! A Live Superstar Mashup in Florida, and among hits from The Clash, The Rolling Stones, and David Bowie, the supergroup also turned in a cover of Drake's immortal hit, "Hotline Bling".
Miguel "Waves (Tame Impala Remix)" Video
Miguel is very into his Wildheart single, "Waves," enough that he's released multiple remixes to the track, arranging them into an EP. If the takes weren't all so unique and well put together, it might be overkill, but luckily the singer went to the right people to change the feel of the song. His new video comes for the Tame Impala remix, which puts some 70s guitar grooves in the mix, which isn't that far off from the rest of Miguel's latest album, but definitely bears the fingerprints of bandleader Kevin Parker, as well as his vocals.
Miguel & Travi$ Scott Perform "Waves (Remix)" On "Ellen"
Miguel & Travis Scott
Ellen Degeneres... swag. After taking a middle school talent show by storm, Miguel swung by The Ellen Degeneres Show to perform his new "Waves" remix with Travi$ Scott.
Miguel Performs "Adorn" At Middle School Talent Show
Miguel is living life to the fullest right now. We're less than two months into 2016 and he's already proposed to his smoking hot model-singer girlfriend Nazanin Mandi and performed a Michael Jackson tribute at the Grammys. Over the weekend, he heard that his alma mater, Los Angeles' Dana Middle School, was holding a talent show, and he stopped by to deliver a surprise performance of his breakout hit "Adorn."
Miguel Feat. Travi$ Scott "Waves" Video
Miguel Feat. Travis Scott
Last month, Miguel surprised fans out of nowhere when he dropped off a remix to his track “Waves” with Travis Scott on it, and now today he’s back with its official video. Shot in VHS-quality, the video was recorded back on January 30th during Miguel’s set at his Wildheart Motel concert in Baldwin Hills, California. While standing on top of the motel, watch as Miguel & La flame do their thing in this trippy & wavy new clip above. Check it out.
Miguel Talks Songwriting For Tory Lanez, Tinashe, & Big Sean
The Cruz Show had a big moment last week when Wiz Khalifa stopped by to sing a captivating, weed-obsessed freestyle over Adele's "Hello." This morning, they got another high-profile guest: Miguel.
Miguel & Rihanna Sing "My Girl" At Hotel Party
Rihanna & Miguel
Miguel hosted what sounds like a pretty amazing event in L.A. this weekend, getting some people together at the "Wildheart Hotel" where performances took place in different rooms, and it seems like a whole lot of karaoke went down. One of the most exciting parts of the night was when Miguel and Rihanna teamed up for a duet, doing a rendition of The Temptations' "My Girl".
Mac Miller Feat. Miguel "Weekend" Video
Mac Miller Feat. Miguel
Revisiting his GO:OD AM album today, Mac Miller decides to share the official video for his Miguel-assisted record “Weekend.”
Miguel "Waves" Video
Over the weekend, Miguel teased fans with a little preview of the visuals for "Waves" off his recent album Wildheart. The singer kicks off Monday morning by unveiling the full set of visuals for "Waves." In the music video, Miguel performs the single to a turnt up crowd amid some colorful lights. Just when you think that'll be the mood for the remainder of the video, things go a completely trippy direction, paralleling Miguel's high with that of the song. Miguel is soon surrounded by dancing women and plunges into water.
Miguel "Waves (Teaser)" Video
Miguel has shared a preview of the upcoming music video to "Waves," off his Wildheart album, released at the end of June. The teaser clip starts off with Miguel swimming in the deep, and we're soon taken to a colorfully lit nightclub, where Miguel is somehow both the night's performer as well as a sweaty dancing clubgoer. As with most of Miguel's videos, there are lots of bodies touching and plenty of sexual innuendo.
Miguel Takes "Simplethings" To The Tonight Show
Miguel delivered his best work yet with his latest album, WILDHEART, and one of the highlights in the impressive bunch was early single, "Simplethings," relegated to bonus track status, but still a great fit with the psychedelic sounds of the rest of the album. Miguel decided to bring the song to the Tonight Show in a slightly more stripped down, but just as explosive form. Watch Fallon try to hide the LP's explicit cover behind a coffee cup before Miguel and his band take the stage above. Is WILDHEART in your top five releases of the year so far?
ASAP Rocky Feat. Miguel, Mark Ronson, Rod Stewart "Everyday" Video
A$AP Rocky Feat. Miguel, Mark Ronson & Rod Stewart
Thus far, A$AP Rocky's come through with some pretty impressive videos for cuts off of A.L.L.A., but this new one takes the cake. After "Jukebox Joints"' impressive depiction of an acid trip, we get a very conceptual "Everyday" video, complete with what I once considered a near impossibility: a cameo from Rod Stewart, whose voice is sampled on the track.
Miguel "Crazy Enough" Documentary
Yours Truly dug up some old footage of Miguel, and mixed it in with some new footage, to put Miguel's evolution in perspective. If there's one thing that hasn't changed, it's the singer humility. YT first caught up with the then-rising (slash struggling) singer in 2008, in his native San Pedro. At the time, he was stuck in a contract that he didn't want to be in, but he was still hopeful. Yours Truly then re-visited Miguel this summer, and Miguel spoke on his past struggles-- juxtaposed with clips from 2008.
Miguel Feat. Kurupt "NWA" Video
Miguel Feat. Kurupt
One of the stand-out records on Miguel's new album WILDHEART (which also appeared on the EP before it) now get the visual treatment. The visual goes back-and-forth between Miguel and Kurupt as they do their part on the record, with Kurupt riding around L.A. in a vintage blue car, and Miguel preferring to walk around in his signature leather jacket. However their paths collide at the end, when Kurupt picks up Miguel and they drive away just as the song ends.
Miguel On HOT 97
Miguel, who recently spurred some controversy when he made a comment about Frank Ocean, was in NYC and visited HOT 97's Ebro in the Morning to discuss his new album WILDHEART. During the interview, the r'n'b singer discusses his stylistic changes over the course of his career (and how he views it personally), as well as the evolution of r'n'b as a whole. He also goes on to discuss having Kurupt and Lenny Kravitz on the new album.