Miguel Shares New Song, “Come Through and Chill”

Instrumental by Salaam Remi, Amy Winehouse’s producer.

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Miguel has just dropped a new song through his SoundCloud. Titled “Come Through and Chill,” the track sounds exactly like how it’s titled — it’s something you play to your house guests if you want them to have a chill time at the crib. With the instrumental by Salaam Remi, a producer known for his work with the late, great Amy Winehouse, it’s his first release since his last album, Wildheart. Listen to the track below.

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