Since he debuted in 2010 with his hit album "All I Want Is You," it became clear that Miguel was something special.
The Los Angeles crooner's distinct, smooth, velvety sound; sexy lyrics; and catchy tracks has made him R&B royalty.
He’s this generation’s answer to Prince.
But he's remained somewhat under the radar — despite winning Best R&B Song at the 2013 Grammy Awards (for “Adorn”). During that same awards show, Kelly Clarkson embarrassingly admitted that she had no idea who he was during her acceptance speech. (In fairness, she also praised his performance — that night — and said she wanted to record a duet with him.)
It underscored just how...