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After recently completing his Wildheart Tour, Miguel is now recalling one of the biggest highlights of the extensive outing: crowd-surfing. The singer tells ABC Radio that he’s now hooked on the adrenaline rush.
“The feeling of crowd surfing, honestly my very first time crowd-surfing happened on this tour– [I’m] like legitimately addicted to it,” he says.
While he says he wasn’t nervous about jumping on top of his fans, Miguel adds that he felt more connected with the concert-goers.
“It’s weird because it was the culmination of feeling like everyone was on the same page,” he recalls. “And so kind of being at the forefront and, you know, taking people on this journey and leading them through the night and I just felt like it was a very unanimous thing, it was as if we were all thinking it the same time and it just happened, and I guess I’ve been addicted to that feeling ever since.”
The singer also revealed that he’s in the early stages of recording the follow-up to this year’s Wildheart.
“I’m just recording, just to record at this point, you know? I think I just want to give more music to my fans, I think it’s important for me. It’s important to me just to put music out, so I’m looking forward to doing that.”
In the meantime, fans can expect to see Miguel’s remaining string of shows in the U.S., including a November 18 show at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. Next spring, fans can catch him at the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival with Kendrick Lamar, Fetty Wap, Future, Big Boi from Outkast, Skrillex and many more.
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