Ride Miguel’s Sexual Wave

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R&B singer Miguel made audiences weak with “Adorn” and “Beautiful,” but that was just the start. With the release of his sophomore album Wildheart, the L.A. native is once again pushing the wave of sensual tunes taking him on a ride to become the next musical icon because…

He Creates Music That Makes You Wanna…

…soon. #artgang #liveartdealerchic pc @nazaninmandi #coffee

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Miguel loves sex. It’s obvious by his posts of naked women on Instagram and his lyrics about quickies and bite marks. His sultry voice, racy lyrics and R&B rhythms take baby-making music to a level we hadn’t heard since the 60s – and for that we thank him.

He’s Responsible for Pushing Queen Bey Beyond Her Sexual Limits

(via @nazaninmandi of course)

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Miguel knows a thing or two about producing sexually-filled lyrics and that’s exactly where he took Beyoncé on “Rocket.” He told Vibe he took her there by asking himself, “What’s the first thing I would want Beyoncé to say to me as a man?” If you’ve heard the song or seen the video you know the response to that is, “Rock it till water falls.”

His Style is on a New Wave

rockandrollinmysoul. if you don't fuck w it, fuck you! ?? haha… seriously tho.

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Jasmine Benjamin, Miguel’s stylist, describes his style as the “spirit of rock ‘n’ roll.” She told Vogue “his style is sexy, bold, rock ‘n’ roll, and everything that idea encompasses.” His fringe leather jacket, wax-coated pants, grungy shirts and gaudy silver jewelry speak to that.

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He’s about Brown Pride and Culture

details #lastnightsriot

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The son of a Mexican dad and African-American mom, Miguel is proud of his roots and that’s reflected in everything he does. He wears rosaries on red carpets, calls everyone “primo,” and reps San Pedro, Calif. On top of that, he released a track in Spanish, “Destinado A Morir,” as part of his new album Wildheart. Swoon.

He Speaks in Tongues We Don’t Understand

+++ #artgang #waves #liveartdealerchic #scorpioseason

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Making phrases like “rad,” “riot” and “wave” his signature, Miguel’s vocab is unlike anything we’ve heard. We admit sometimes we don’t know what he means, but he just sounds so cool.

Like Every Good Latino, He’s Family Oriented

#family forever. Your blood runs through me & our passion runs deep

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Although he travels the world to perform with Santana and write for Beyoncé, Mikey – as his family calls him – still makes time to hang out with Nana and the rest of the clan. In fact, he’s so close to Nana and Tata, he credits them for the Latin influence in his music. Melting.

He’s Got Mad Love for Latinos

He admitted to Variety Latino that no matter what, he’s got a Latino’s back. “If there’s someone Latino doing something somewhere, you’re going to support them just because you’re proud of the heritage of the Latino culture and that’s something that I love about being Latino – the tremendous support that you get.”

He’s an Artíst in Every Sense

#fanart (by @yanncouedor) RAD #artdealerchic

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Not only is he a creative lyricist, more stylish than GQ models, but Miguel’s also an art connoisseur. He’s obsessed with photography, paintings and all sorts of graphic illustrations – have you seen his Tumblr ? He’s also a big supporter of fan art, hanging several fan pieces at home and reposting his favorites on social media.

Just Look at Him

#wireless #nofilter (shout to the photographer)

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We know physical appearances are just a shell, but I mean, c’mon! He has a voice that makes you weak in the knees, a killer smile and look at that bod. He’s the full package.

Which Miguel song gets you in the mood? mitú wants to know. Leave a comment below. 

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