Miguel returns with new EP ‘Art Dealer Chic 4’
The California singer drops off a new care package with the latest installment of his ‘Art Dealer Chic’ series
One could pose a great argument that anything Miguel touches is golden. He’s been poised for greatness ever since the release of his platinum selling debut album, All I Want Is You, back in 2010. As the years went by, the California singer only elevated at ease with each music release. His sophomore album, Kaleidoscope Dream, continued his musical onslaught and by then, the world already knew the type of musical tyrant he would cement himself to be in years to come. Serving as the singer’s 17th project, he chose the perfect time to bring forth his highly anticipated EP Art Dealer Chic 4.
In the height of the streaming era and ahead of this release, Miguel did the right thing by adding the first three installments of Art Dealer Chic on all streaming platforms. Not only was this a great tactic to remind us how dope they were and having them easily accessible, this is the perfect way introduce him to new fans who are late to the party. The first three were brought to light back in 2012 before his sophomore album dropped and Art Dealer Chic 4 is a solid piece of work to continue the pace.
“I’ve been doing a lot of work to consider and refine my beliefs in the last few years,” the R&B singer said in a statement. “Inevitably, this brought me back to Art Dealer Chic as ADC is more or less an moniker for active mindset curation; choosing the thoughts, emotions, and actions that reflect my truest self instead of letting what I’ve experienced or what is expected of me dictate my choices.”
If this is your first time indulging in Miguel’s music, you’re in for a treat. Check out Art Dealer Chic 4 EP below and feel free to tweet us your thoughts!
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