Rocky’s posse cut gets a video
A$AP Rocky‘s sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP.,Â was released earlier this summer, instantly becoming his 2ndÂ #1 album, and quite possibly his most mature effort to date. An example of that? One of the few pre-release singles, “Everyday,” featuring a who’s who of superstars from multiple genres, including rock (Rod Stewart), pop (Mark Ronson), and R&B (Miguel).
You can watch the video here, which debuted on Apple Music earlier today.
The rivalry between two R&B giants heats up.
In a interview with British newspaper Sunday Times, the Miguel says he’s just better then his peer, Frank Ocean. “I wouldn’t say we were friends. To be completely honest — and no disrespect to anyone — I genuinely believe that I make better music, all the way around.” Though the beginnings of their “rivalry” are murky, one could point to the the 2013 Grammy Awards, in which Ocean beat out Miguel and Chris Brown for Best Urban Contemporary R&B Album, as its va
Miguel was also asked about the comparison between his music and that of The Weeknd, who has gained significant mainstream traction this year, with his last 3 singles landing in the Billboard 100 Top 15. Still, Miguel suggests he will last longer in the industry. “It’s interesting,” he starts, “but we’ll see who’s in it for the long haul. It’s like a marathon, you know?”
If the early rumors were true, Frank Ocean is gearing up to release his sophomore album this summer, and The Weeknd is gearing up to drop his sophomore, yet-to-be-titled LP, which reportedly features Kanye West. Perfect timing.
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Miguel will drop his highly anticipated third studio album, WildHeart, on June 30th. WildHeart is the follow-up to his 2012 Grammy-nominated Kaleidoscope Dream, and will feature 13 tracks, including the lead single “Coffee.” Kurupt is featured on one track titled “NWA,” and Lenny Kravitz will show off his guitar skills on “Face the Sun.”
This album is Los Angeles, it’s attitude, it’s aggression, it’s sex, it’s pyschedelia, it’s lust, it’s loneliness.” It’s just more aggressive. It’s just raw. That’s why I love this album. [Miguel via VH1]
1. “A Beautiful Exit”
3. “The Valley”
5. “NWA” feat. Kurupt
7. “What’s Normal Anyway”
8. “Hollywood Dreams”
9. “Destinado a Morir”
13. “Face the Sun” feat. Lenny Kravitz
-Victoria B. (@unabashedlytori)
John Legend and Miguel are teaming up to bring you a yet-to-be-titled “musical romantic drama,” according to Variety.
Continue reading Miguel To Star in Musical Film Produced By John Legend
Samsung celebrated Milk Music and the launch of ADD52 with performances by Miguel, Passion Pit, Pusha T and a special deejay set by Q-Tip at Riverfront Studios. Also in attendance were AnnaSophia Robb, Taryn Manning and Travie McCoy. Continue reading Miguel, Passion Pit, Q-Tip & Pusha T Rock Milk Music x ADD52 Party
You may just know the Canadian singer PARTYNEXTDOOR as one of Drake‘s youngest and brightest proteges (PARTY produced Drake’s “Days In The East). But you should really know him because he is apart of Drake’s OVO Sound record label, and PARTY even went on tour with Drizzy, Miguel and Future back in 2013, a few short months after he released his own project entitled simply: PARTYNEXTDOOR. His music consist of synthesizer-infused R&B hits. “Persian Rugs” and “West District” was the last we heard from him, but tonight he dropped something for us. Listen to the Toronto native’s new sh*t.
– Asada Nicome (@SadaBlu )
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