If you enjoyed the three super-sexual songs Miguel dropped out of nowhere back in December, get ready to go to your happy place, because that was just the tip of the iceberg.
According to Mark Pitts, RCA’s president of urban music, the “Coffee” singer’s third solo album is almost done and on the way.
“We're 90 percent done,” Pitts told Billboard. “Its working title is Wild Heart and we're talking second quarter. He's more confident, and it's going to show in the music, his look and in the videos. Miguel is ready to push the button.”
Now that almost three years have passed since Miguel’s critically acclaimed sophomore LP, Pitt says that the crooner has grown and is ready to really connect with his audience.
“His first album was about trials and tribulations,” Pitts said. “The second was OK, we're here; I wasn't bugging. And now it's here we go. He wants people to understand who he is. He's tired of people asking who are you, what's that, do you like girls?" He tells me, ‘I want everyone to know I am wild, funny, edgy and love women. I need this album to connect.’”