Showing All "Miguel" Posts

Just a few days ago we heard all about how Drake was going to fire Future from his tour because of something said in an interview. It was resolved just a couple of days later though. Drake's Would…   Read Story »
The most gripping musical video spectacle of the week did not actually feature any music at all. It was Kanye West, thoughts clearly spinning out faster than his mouth could relay them, using the…   Read Story »
Janelle Monáe's Miguel duet "PrimeTime" is one of the best tracks on her The Electric Lady, our Album Of The Week early last month. Now it has a stylized, high-concept video that depicts the R&B…   Read Story »
There was a lot of exciting and new things for Stereogum this week. We finally heard the music Arcade Fire has been teasing and, even better, we welcomed our newest staff member (and old friend)…   Read Story »
You have to love any institution that, within a couple of days, gives you new songs from grindcore warriors Pig Destroyer and uber-precise R&B smoothie Miguel, two artists with exactly zero in common…   Read Story »
The second annual Budweiser Made In America festival, which is curated by Jay-Z, took place over the weekend in Philadelphia with performances by Phoenix, Beyoncé, HAIM, Dairrhea Planet, Kendrick…   Read Story »
During a recent guest appearance on Australia's Fox radio show Fifi & Jules, Miguel did a stripped-down version of Pink's "Just Like A Pill." If you're familiar the song, then you know Miguel's…   Read Story »
Janelle Monáe and Miguel share lovey-dovey new track "Primetime" from Monáe's upcoming LP The Electric Lady. While both artists can have a tendency toward futuristic R&B (Miguel more-so on his…   Read Story »
Giorgio Moroder dances by stabbing two fingers in the air, like the aging European man that he is. He also plays air-slap-bass. The Italo-disco legend is here in Sweden, at Gothenburg's Way Out West…   Read Story »
Miguel's "Adorn" is maybe the greatest popular triumph of restrained, zoned-out soul music in recent memory, and London relative newcomer Jessie Ware has already exhibited a total mastery of…   Read Story »