Miguel- Kaleidoscope Dream

On Miguel’s sophomore album, the contemporary R&B singer reinvents his image and sound to create a futuristic fusion with elements of rock, synth pop, and funk. Hopefully, the production on his next record reaches the fine-tuned ambition of his singing and songwriting. WATCH THE REVIEW

On Miguel’s sophomore album, the contemporary R&B singer reinvents his image and sound to create a futuristic fusion with elements of rock, synth pop, and funk. Hopefully, the production on his next record reaches the fine-tuned ambition of his singing and songwriting.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • FOREVER

    hahahaha, you are so insanely funny…

    Aaaaaaaaaaaanthony Fontano here……hahahaha

  • Valentin Gutierrez

    Fantano!!!!!! Review Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox I am giving it a SOLID 5. To me it’s very nostalgic in that I hear a lot Micheal Jackson, some Lionel Richie, for sure Sting and the police on his first single and on the last track sound like an oldie genre to me. IDK if nostalgia is what he was going from the name of the album. To me it was a let down.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cherrieh.pittman Cherrieh Pittman

    It’s definitely interesting to see the ways R&B is expanding or evolving as you’ve mentioned, but how ’bout this 2012 release for a throwback sound: Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again. Guy sounds like a cross between Sam Cooke and Bill Withers, but he also has this contemporary indie folk thing going on as well. I’d love to hear your thoughts on him.

  • unprogrammedminds

    The bass line on the title track is the same as Eminem’s My Name Is. Why? Because producers Salaam Remi and Dr. Dre, respectively, sampled it from Labi Siffre’s I Got The. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKISdd2mKzU