Miguel has warned the public and fellow industry crooners that his lane is not to be stepped in, and thus, he has given us another reason that is so. Miguel released Kaleidoscope Dream to ensure R&B lovers that good music is not lost to the perils of money and fame.
If you haven’t noticed by Miguel’s edgy style, Miguel is a definite mix between R&B, rock and soul. Delicately mixing the three genres together, Kaleidoscope Dream is a perfect representation of what Miguel is and isn’t.
Miguel isn’t the type of artist that makes music for a younger crowd; for the majority of his album is about sex, love, and a dash of drugs. Miguel isn’t the type to add a dash of pop just to ensure high ratings from the powers that be. He also isn’t the guy who we expect to put out a rap mixtape within the next couple of weeks.
Kaleidoscope Dream has a refreshing sound that makes room for itself in today’s music scene. There’s nothing else current that you can compare this album to. Miguel brings his sexy high notes to bedroom favorites like “Adorn” and “How Many Drinks” and songs like “Don’t Look Back” and “Use Me” give off a rock feel that won’t make R&B head feel as if they walked into the wrong club.
Sure, there’s no doubt that Miguel just might be singing about the same love fests that Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and many others cover in their own respective lanes, but Miguel brings back class that our generation has somehow lost, forgot, or doesn’t deem necessary.
Don’t hesitate to pick up Miguel’s Kaleidoscope Dream and take a look at Miguel’s most stylish moments.