Miguel To Tune Up New Installments In His Art Dealer Chic Series

By Georgette Pierre

This year is already shaping up to be a great for Miguel. From winning his first Grammy award to being named one of Time Magazine’s Most Influential People, the young crooner plans to build on his momentum and is dropping some new music this summer.

According to Billboard, Miguel is rolling out three more installments of his free online Art Dealer Chic EP series starting in July. Last year, the “How Many Drinks” singer first introduced the series, which featured an abbreviated version of his Grammy award winning single “Adorn.”

While on the Billboard Music Awards carpet on Sunday night, Miguel revealed more details about what fans can expect of the upcoming work. “It’ll be under Art Dealer Chic. It’ll be the next three installments… It’ll be [on] July, August and September,” he revealed.

Miguel also plans to take the new project beyond music; it will also have accompanying clothing items with it. “I’m pairing it along with some items I’ve designed myself,” he continued.

It’s been an eventful week for the star singer. During his live performance of “Adorn” at the award show he jumped across the stage and kicked a fan in the head. Just as the tune was winding down, Miguel jumped over a pit of fans hoping to clear the crowd cleanly and land on the other side of the stage. Things didn’t work out and instead he caught a young lady with his right leg, smashing her head into the stage. Fortunately she wasn’t hurt. “Got caught up in the moment, thank goodness Khyati is okay,” he wrote on Twitter shortly after the performance.