BiographyThis Los Angeles singer-songwriter came up slinging hooks on other people's tracks (like Blu and Exile), writing songs for other people's albums (Usher, Asher Roth) and earning underground buzz with a 2008 mixtape. Along the way, he slowly but surely earned the respect of industry insiders for his funk-inflected, vintage-hued grooves and the thoughtful pillow talk he crooned with his sweet, sexy tenor. But in 2010, he finally got his big break, releasing his studio debut, All I Want Is You. Anchored by the J. Cole-featuring title track, the album showcases Miguel's beguiling voice and impressive musicality.
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