Soul-filled singer Miguel has much to smile about this week. For, his hotly anticipated sophomore set ‘Kaleidoscope Dream’ is not only riding high on iTunes, it’s been also received showers of praise from critics.
During his recent trip to London, That Grape Juice caught up with the eclectic star for a unique chat. Filmed Diary-style enroute to his sell-out show at the Jazz Cafe, we spoke on the new LP, the hyper-sexual lyrics of his contemporaries, his previous “image”, and more.
Miguel enlists Alicia Keys for ‘Where’s The Fun In Forever’, pulled from his hotly anticipated sophomore effort ‘Kaleidoscope Dream‘.
Easily one of the heart throb’s stronger numbers, the jam sees him take the lead while Keys lends her skills- albeit briefly. However, we’re sure it’s quality will have some many of her fans wondering why she didn’t snatch it up for herself.
‘Quickie’ crooner Miguel quickly earned his rank amongst R&B’s big newcomers over the past year.
Now, after wowing crowds on the Marsha Ambrosius-assisted ‘Rising Icons’ tour last year, the ‘Sure Thing’ singer is already lining up dates for his forthcoming promotional trek entitled the ‘Kaleidoscope Dreams’ tour.
The 12 city outing will see Miguel hit every corner of the States, touching down in Nashville, New York, D.C., and more. As always, you know That Grape Juice will be in the house.
Click below to find out when the R&B hitmaker will be making it to your town:
October brings with it the release of Miguel‘s hotly anticipated sophomore album ‘Kaleidoscope Dream’. Hence so as to further whet appetites, the singer has unveiled the set’s official artwork.
‘Dream’, which is preceded by ‘Adorn’, is being rolled-out in three parts. The first, The Water Preview was released on July 31st, while The Air Preview arrives on September 11th; the set’s remaining 5 tracks feature on the “complete” version of the album – which hits stores on October 2nd.
Check out the LP’s official tracklisting after the jump…
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