Wildheart is the third studio album by American R&B singer and songwriter Miguel. It was released on June 29, 2015, by RCA Records and ByStorm Entertainment. The album was produced by Miguel with Benny Cassette, Cashmere Cat, Benny Blanco, and Salaam Remi, among others.
About Wildheart Album Art + Tracklist. Speaking to Vh1 about the themes of the album, the man himself demurred on the release: This album is Los Angeles, it’s attitude, it’s aggression, it’s sex, it’s psychedelia, it’s lust, it’s loneliness. It’s just more aggressive. It’s just raw. That’s why I love this album. Miguel released the tracklist via his twitter on June 10th for the follow up to 2012’s Kaleidoscope Dream, out on June 30th. Wildheart Album Art + Tracklist" Track Info. Release Date June 30, 2015.
Wildheart is the third studio album by Miguel, released June 29th 2015. The album was promoted by a 3 track EP nw. ollywooddreams. coffee in December 2014, from which all three songs feature on the album.
On Wildheart, Miguel makes good on all of his cross-genre dabbling of the past five years. The album soars with shiny guitar lines and sky-high vocals, while Miguel explores a sex-positive attitude that focuses on pleasure and partnership instead of one-sided pursuit. As perhaps the last vestige of grown-folks carnality in mainstream music, modern R&B trades in the archetypes of masculinity; sweaty abs and dirty talk pushed by loverboys (Usher) and bad boys (Jodeci).
Miguel – Wildheart (2015). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On June - 26 - 2015. Style: Rhythm And Blues. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Kurupt) 06 – waves 07 – what’s normal anyway 08 – Hollywood Dreams 09 . oingtohell 10 – FLESH 11 – leaves 12 – face the sun (feat.
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Miguel’s first album, All I Want Is You, released five years ago, was conventional R&B, a dull, affair. At the heart of the album is another song, again totally different in style, a painful piece of autobiography called What’s Normal Anyway? Miguel sings that he is too proper for the black kids, too black for the Mexicans, too square to be a hood nigg. oo opinionated for the pacifist, too out of touch to be in style, too broke for the rich kids. It’s about longing – longing to belong, to not stand out.
Wildheart (Deluxe Version). Label: ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records. Too proper for the black kids/ Too black for the Mexicans," sings Miguel on "What's Normal Anyway. He's a little different from the R&B norm - not as introspective as Frank Ocean, but wilder and looser than Usher and Trey Songz. And on his third album, he craftily escapes the alt R&B ghetto and embraces flashy .
Track 3 recorded by Miguel at The Lair, Los Angeles, Fisticuffs Gym, Culver City, Los Angeles, CA. Mixed at Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood, CA. Track 4 recorded at MJP Studios, Los Angeles, CA.