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Alicia Keys and Miguel release sultry new song ‘Show Me Love’ – listen

Alicia Keys and Miguel release sultry new song 'Show Me Love' – listen
Alicia Keys and Miguel have shared a new song called 'Show Me Love.' The single, which is Keys' second release in 2019 and arrives three years since her last album 'Here', is a sultry guitar-led collaboration with Miguel. Guitarist Raphael Saadiq plays the track's central melody. With the song comes with a corresponding music video. Directed by Cara Stricker, the video...

Miguel posts controversial clip with a t-shirt suggesting Donald Trump should have been killed instead of Nipsey Hussle

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Miguel has posted a controversial video which shows the rapper wearing a t-shirt suggesting Donald Trump should have been killed instead of Nipsey Hussle. Read more: Nipsey Hussle, 1985-2019 - a musician who gave a voice to the voiceless and changed the face of indie rap In the clip, which has since been removed from his Instagram page but which you...

Watch all the performances from the Oscars 2018, from Mary J. Blige to Eddie Vedder

Oscars 2018 performances
The Oscars doesn't just celebrate movies, but the music that soundtracks them too. The nominees for Best Original Song all took to the stage at LA's Dolby Theatre to perform at tonight's ceremony, from Mary J. Blige to Miguel. Watch all those performances below, plus an extra appearance by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder. Here are all the winners from...

Tributes pour in for Jordan Feldstein, Maroon 5 manager who has died aged 40

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Artists from across the music world have sent messages in tribute to Jordan Feldstein, the legendary manager who died Friday night aged 40. Feldstein, who represented Maroon 5 among others, died from a heart attack, Variety reports. As CEO of Career Artist Management, Feldstein also represented Miguel, Robin Thicke and Elle King, and was brother to the comedy actor...

Miguel responds to “unfair” and “not accurate” sexual assault allegations

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Miguel has denied accusations of sexual assault after allegations made earlier this year resurfaced. In March, the R&B singer was accused of sexual assault by a University Of New Mexico student named Xian Bass. Writing on Instagram, Bass alleged that Miguel had "reache his hand down my shirt and my breast out of my top" after she requested and...

Miguel interview: From teenage preacher to California R&B star

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Spiritual Cali R&B star and former teen preacher Miguel tells Jordan Bassett about latest album ‘War & Leisure’, being compared to Prince and that time he landed on two women at the Billboard Music Awards ‘War and Leisure’ is more straight-up and fun than your experimental 2015 album ‘Wildheart’. Why? “I want to be a popular artist. I want my music...

Miguel – ‘War & Leisure’ Review

What, exactly, does Miguel want? Listening to the lusty slow jams that make up fourth album ‘War 
& Leisure’, you’d be forgiven for thinking this loverman mainly wants a nice cuddle. It wasn’t always this way, though. Speaking to NME this week, the musician explained that critically lauded 2015 album ‘Wildheart’ said “something about what I stand for”, but lacked...

Jai Paul buys old BBC nightclub to house mystery music project

The elusive Jai Paul has been pictured for the first time in three years as he purchased property at the old BBC Television Centre in West London. According to Property Week, the artist will use the premises as a base for his mysterious musical project, which sees him work alongside brother A.K Paul and collaborator Muz Azar. The circular building...

Watch Miguel and Travis Scott get silly in the video for ‘Skywalker’

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Miguel has released a new song 'Skywalker', which features Travis Scott. Exclusive NME offer: Save £10 on Amazon Music Unlimited plans with code NME10 The pair previously collaborated together on a remix of the former's 'Waves' last year. Now, they have reunited on the new track, which marks Miguel's first release since his single with DJ Premier, called '2 Lovin...

Miguel cries on stage at Wireless Festival addressing US police violence

The Californian told the crowd he "couldn't sleep last night"