Fans of Miguel’s latest album, Wildheart can attest to “Waves” being arguably, if not definitively, the best song on the entire project. Without further adieu, the R&B star has rolled out the official video for the album’s new single and it’s just as wild as one could humanly imagine.
Miguel gives his Wildheart track “Simple Things” a proper remix to close out the week.
Miguel may have this groovy, psychedelic, LSD-inspired album cover but its greatness wouldn’t have been possible without an outstanding model such as Katya Henry to bring all to life.
As if the lead single “Coffee” wasn’t indication enough, Miguel’s new album, Wildheart is audio acid that melts your senses and supplies a warm and fuzzy R&B experience. Where the California crooner and his trusty team of producers and engineers were able to convey that sensation on wax, photographer Daniel Sannwald moonlit as an astronomer […]
This here music game wouldn’t be anything with competition; friendly or other. Miguel reaffirmed this notion during a recent interview with The Sunday Times where the ‘ol Frank Ocean comparisons came up and he asserted himself as the top artist of the two. (What was he supposed to say?)
In two weeks it will be the two-year anniversary of the time Miguel took a leap of fail and leg dropped two fans at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas while performing “Adorn.” One of the victims has finally gotten around to suing the R&B crooner.
You never know when Snoop Dogg’s record-spinning alter ego, DJ Snoopadelic will show up. The latest sighting was for a great cause, witnessed at his joint venture with Happy Socks during their Winter 2014 event that benefitted Snoop’s Youth Football League (SYFL).
Last night (April 30), Power 105.1’s DJ Prostyle celebrated his birthday in style at a special show at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. This year marked the third annual concert for fans and industry figures alike to enjoy.
Rick Ross is a sure-shot choice for rap feature verses, but there’s clearly a list of songs that he wish he appeared on. That’s the only rationale for why he continues to go jacking for beats on this remix of Miguel’s 2012 single “How Many Drinks.”