Miguel drops the first volume of his Art Dealer Chic series and it features 3 tracks. Don’t worry there’s more tracks comin’ and these three are all gems. We already got a look at“Adorn” with the unique video a few weeks ago and that’s followed by a more uptempo “That I Do (FTRMX)” and then rounded out by my favorite of the three: “Gravity”. That one’s an instant groove that your lady will love. So, without further adieu, give this a quick download above and your R&B playlist will be happy.
What lies above is a highlight recap of what went down that night. Performance footage from all of the acts above mixed in a smooth flowing fashion with many of the interviews we got from the evening including Drea Oppan talking with the living legend MC Hammer, Blu, Elle Varner, Maya, and even New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz who taught Jen DeLeon how to do his signature touchdown salsa dance, hah! Watch above, you'll be entertained from beginning to end! Then check out our previous SXSW footage and some pictures below. More videos to come throughout the week!
That's right folks! WGCI had their annual 'Big Jam' and Gowhere Hip Hop was backstage on the scene. R&B sensation Miguel showed us mad love. Check out the interview as Miguel lets us in on his New Year's resolution, his greatest Eddie Murphy impersonation, where he looks to find his queen, and all about his one of a kind signature swag!
Miguel. You know him from his three consecutive hit singles: "All I Want is You","Sure Thing", and "Quickie". A critically acclaimed musical style uniquely combining R&B, soul, funk, and electronic elements. An eclectic personal style that has generated hefty commentary and media attention...Miguel stopped through Chicago last night to perform at The Shrine as a part of Grey Goose's Rising Icons Tour.
He certainly proved why he deserves a place on this tour. Miguel effortlessly captivated the crowd with his buttery vocals and authentic talent, performing cuts from his debut album, "All I Want Is You". (I see several pairs of ladies' undergarments flung at the stage as confirmation of this :P). Miguel took some time to talk to GWHH about how he's dealing with being overlooked for a Grammy nod, his vulnerable songwriting process, sophmore album, and how important it is to stay true to yourself through the fame. Be prepared to be impressed through his warmth, eloquence, and how utterly comfortable Miguel is in his own skin!