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Miguel has had one of the best years of his career, dropping heater after heater. If “Sky Walker” with Travis Scott wasn’t enough, the long awaited full LP has finally dropped. Miguel’s mainstream presence has been a true test to his career, and his rise has kept him charting with track upon track.

Pulling features from Rick Ross, Travis Scott, J. Cole, QUIN, and more, Miguel’s chemistry has been very prevalent with the phenomenal guest features. His signature sound keeps rolling throughout the project, and his effortless appeal will get this album on top of the industry. Miguel speaks on the features in his newest interview on Beats 1 with Ebro, detailing the album in its entirety.

Miguel’s well spoken interview gives off an ecstatic vibe, and he gives a ton of deets on the project from his curation. Rick Ross jumped on “Criminal”, and Miguel tells Ebro the energy in the track is an analogy to his personal energy.

This is one of those songs where it was like I know I’m crazy but I need people around me who are just as crazy as I am.

The R&B artist continues his conversation, specifying his stance on life. Miguel takes a very laid back point of view on life, with an optimistic mindset. When asked how he saw himself in the industry, Miguel replied “The greatest way of encapsulating the overall feel is I just really care to be in a place where I can create freely without any objective. I feel like a lot of us have to play the game. Some do it more effortlessly than others.” He was also asked on his fears, describing his high frequency work ethic that has its ups and downs.

As for his album, he delivers quite nicely on the sonically charged flow mixed in with relatable features that keep the listener on edge. His unique and distinct sound is making Miguel into a star of his own. Miguel also announced tour dates in support of his album, and the tour kicks off on the 13th. Keep his new album in rotation as we head into December, and make sure to peep the full Beats 1 interview below.

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Miguel – War & Leisure