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Miguel “R.A.N.” Video

Miguel has dropped his newest video for “R.A.N.,” which is seen on the soundtrack for the ‘Superfly’ movie. The video, directed by LeSean Harris, follows Miguel with one of the film’s actresses, Lex Scott Davis. They gather all the cash and attempt to go on the run. Peep it above and enjoy!


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In Miguel’s newest interview he sits down The Breakfast Club to talk about everything from his Mexican roots, his new album ‘War & Leisure,’ meditation and more. Check it out above in the nearly 40 minute look! Enjoy!

Miguel and Kygo‘s “Remind Me to Forget” video has landed, directed by the legend himself, Colin Tilley. The video has Miguel singing while everything around his starts to get destroyed. Check it out above, let us know what you think and enjoy!

Miguel stopped byThe Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to perform “Come Through and Chill” off his ‘War & Leisure’ album. J. Cole didn’t make an appearance, but Miguel killed it as usual. Make sure you peep it above and enjoy!

Providing us with a rare glimpse at his private life and sharing his secrets to staying sane on the road, the singer-songwriter takes us to a meet-and-greet, rehearsal space and his tour-bus. “We spend an ample amount of time on here — actually, a lot of time I mostly spend my time in the back where the studio is at,” he tells us as he takes our camera crew through a trip of his home-away-from-home. Miguel follows it up with a look at his studio and sleep set-up.

Miguel has returned to last year’s ‘War & Leisure’ album to release a new video for “Come Through and Chill.” While Miguel spends the whole time in a photoshoot and seducing women, J. Cole is on the phone and spitting on stage, and getting political in his second verse. Check it out above.

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