Miguel Releases “Come Through and Chill” Video ft. J. Cole – Watch Here!

April 28, 2018
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Miguel hit the Coachella last weekend and, like many of the performers there, he killed it. Fresh off of his Coachella hype, he’s dropped a video for his song “Come Through And Chill.” The song which features J. Cole is taken from Miguel’s album, War & Leisure.

The track for the song is pretty laid back, the well choreographed video is pretty flirty and Miguel’s vocals are on point as usual. If you haven’t heard his War & Leisure album yet; I ask respectfully, what are you waiting on?

Check out the video below.

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