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It’s the new song off Miguel’s ‘WILDHEART,’ out this year.
John Legend is set to try his hand at producing a big Hollywood musical, with Miguel along for the ride.
It’s his first release on his own since 2012’s ‘Kaleidoscope Dream.’
The song is a formidable welcoming back for the Chemical Brothers.
“Pillow talk turns into sweet dreams,” he croons, his voice as delectable as ever. “Sweet dreams turn into coffee in the morning.”
The track is the latest of a long line of previews from Ware’s upcoming album, ‘Tough Love.’
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Tough Love is the name of Ware’s first major release.
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Donovan, A Great Big World and Candice Glover also performed.
It’s been more than a minute since Miguel’s track “Simple Things” came out — way back in February as part of the Girls soundtrack
First came Miguel’s “How Many Drinks” from his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream. Then there was the remix, which found Kendrick Lamar on the track with a rap verse and got the track a radio single release and a No. 69 peak on the Billboard Hot 100.
Earlier this week saw the release of Fall Out Boy’s contribution in the form of a high-energy take on the song “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting.”
Other artists included to appear on the soundtrack include Oasis, M Ward, Aimee Mann, Jake Bugg, Father John Misty and Vampire Weekend covering Bruce Springsteen.