Listen to RL Grime & Miguel's New Collab "Stay for It"

A single off of his upcoming album ‘NOVA.’

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RL Grime has linked up with Miguel for his brand new single, “Stay For It.” The song was released in conjunction with a zine titled NovaZine to promote his upcoming album, NOVA. The song is a synth-laced club banger that finds Miguel delivering soaring vocals over epic chord progressions. Listen to the track below, stay tuned for NOVA and cop RL Grime’s NovaZine.

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