Miguel recently dropped off his fourth studio album War And Leisure, which features J Cole, Travis Scott, Rick Ross and more. While the album has been killing it on the critical tip, Miguel has been busy hitting the late night circuit. Last night, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live with none other than Travis Scott, holding it down with a rousing performance of "Sky Walker." Backed by a live band, Miguel kicked off the song's top half flying solo, showcasing some strong vocal chops and a contagious energy. Eventually, Travis Scott sauntered onto the stage, backed by a renewed wave of audience applause. 

Together, the pair continued to perform without a backing track, which is an impressive and rare feat these days. As usual, the Kimmel crowd is pretty dead, but Miguel and Travis do what they can, halfheartedly attempting to make them jump. Suffice it to say, jumping does not ensue. Either way, if you're a fan of "Sky Walker," you might want to check this one out; it's a good look for Miguel, who has been killing it lately. If you haven't already checked out War And Leisure, you might want to get on that. The album features a wide array of sounds, with influences ranging from eighties pop to hip-hop. 

Check out the "Sky Walker" performance below, and show some love to the singer. According to a report from Hits Daily Double, the album is expected to move 30,000 to 35,000 equivalent album units in its first week, with 11,000 to 14,000 of that figure made up of pure sales.