The late rapper's tribute concert, live-streamed worldwide from L.A., had a number of moving moments.
Hollywood wasted no time bowing out of the event, but the New Yorker was forced to reconsider its decision.
Meek Mill debuted his song, "Stay Woke," with an emotional performance that shined a light on police brutality, and paid tribute to late rappers XXXTentacion and Jimmy Wopo.
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Sia, Miguel and Queen Latifah turn 'Hamilton' highlight "Satisfied" into a rousing synth pop gem for 'The Hamilton Mixtape.'
Over the past few stressful and tragedy-filled days, many big-name artists have decided to use songs to protest police brutality. After Jay Z's "Spiritual" and the Black Hippy remix of "THat Part," Miguel decided to drop his own tribute, called "How Many." The R&B crooner decided to release a skeletal, emotionally raw demo on his SoundCloud. Miguel…
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by Topher Davis Miguel’s latest project, Wildheart, saw the singer take his formidable vocals to new heights. He locked into the kind of writing he does so well—namely, baby-making music—and the resulting album featured some of his best work yet. For the third video off the album, Miguel went with “Waves.” The video treatment is frenetic, alluring, and kaleidoscopic—there’s plenty of bared flesh and hypnotic dance moves, so for those in need of a Miguel fix, today is your day.