Listen: Miguel Debuts New Single “Coffee,” Sets New Album ‘Wildheart’ for June 30 Release

With the premiere of “Coffee,” Miguel reveals that his third studio album, ‘Wildheart,’ will arrive June 30th.

Miguel's "Coffee" Single Artwork
Miguel’s “Coffee” Single Artwork

Along with the release of a new single, Miguel has revealed that his third studio album, Wildheart, will drop on June 30, 2015 via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records.

The album’s lead single Coffee originally appeared on his three-song EP in late December.

ALSO SEE: Miguel Premieres Intimate New Video for “Coffee”

It has been reworked into a radio-friendly version (my preference), and an explicit version, which features rapper Wale. Take a listen to both below.

Wildheart follows the singer-songwriter’s highly-acclaimed sophomore album, Kaleidoscope Dream.

Released September 25, 2012 via RCA Records in the U.S., Kaleidoscope peaked at #1 on US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, #3 on US Billboard 200, #9 on UK R&B Albums, #26 on Danish Albums, and #45 on Australian Albums charts.

ALSO SEE: Miguel Performs “Coffee” Live for Jack Daniel’s Uncut Sessions

Though features and producers have not yet been confirmed for Wildheart, Miguel has been in the studio with DJ Premier.

Before “Coffee” and nwa.hollywooddreams.coffe, the last new tune we heard from Miguel was Simplethings from the soundtrack for HBO’s Girls in 2014.

He was also a feature on The Chemical Brothers“This Is Not A Game” from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 soundtrack in 2014.

Miguel will play the BET Experience concert at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on Friday, June 26, 2015. Get tickets at


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