Miguel’s New Album Demands To Be Your Sex Soundtrack


If you’ve found yourself on this page I assume it’s either because you love Miguel or, like so many people around the world, you enjoy regularly updating your sex soundtrack. Don’t be shy. We’re all friends here and the fact you’re making the existence of your sex soundtrack (or sex playlists) known is the first step toward really knowing yourself.

Everyone has their own preference when it comes to the music that accompanies their bursts of passion–be they one night stands with strangers or sensual encounters between lifelong partners–but no matter where you fall in the vast spectrum of active lovers I can assure you there is something that meets your needs on the new album from Miguel. Forget Marvin Gaye, The Weeknd, Bad Rabbits, and any other smooth singing, genre-defying talent whose voice made your significant other’s clothes fall off for just a moment and think about what you really want in the music that accompanies your lust. You want a nice groove, of course, as well as lyricism that further emphasizes the heat of the moment. Those elements have been sought by lovers in need of music since the dawn of time. They’re basic. You don’t want to be a basic lover, do you?

Enter Wildheart. The product of many long nights in the studio, as well as the bedroom, the new album from Miguel delivers on the promise of its promotional singles to be one of the most sensual, funk-laden, and future-leaning LPs to hit consumers in a year or more. It not only meets the demands of the average sex soundtrack connoisseur, but challenges them with a wealth of new and experimental ideas that have the potential to take your love making to the next level. It’s not overwhelming to the point of being distracting, but it is undeniably unique in almost every way. NPR has a full stream of the album available now ahead of next week’s official release, so click here and get familiar now so that you still have time to order the record before it hits the street.

If you need more convincing, I’ve included Miguel’s video for his popular single “Coffee” below. You may want to turn the AC on before hitting play to ensure neither you, nor your computer, overheat.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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