Miguel

Singer/Songwriter Before audiences knew Miguel, they knew his work thanks to the songs he wrote for Usher’s Here I Stand and Raymond v Raymond albums. In 2010, the Los Angeles–born son of a Mexican father and a black mother released his own debut, All I Want is You. The smoldering title track, featuring J.Cole, made Miguel—who cites Prince, Lenny Kravitz, and Pharrell as influences—a mainstay on urban radio. In 2012, Miguel released a three-volume EP in February, March and April titled, Art Dealer Chic. He later premiered his sophomore album, Kaledeiscope Dream, which includes the colossal lead single “Adorn,” that won him a 2013 Grammy for “Best R&B Song.”

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