This is not a game! We repeat: This Is NOT A Game.
Lorde, Miguel, and Chemical Brothers have come together to add a track to the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack titled, This Is Not A Game.
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Reportedly, the song features
You gotta be careful not to over-share on Instagram! Especially when you post a pic that proves you’re violating your probation!
Two weeks ago, Miguel told his followers that he had just taken a motorcycle ride down the California coast.
Sounds nice, right?
Only problem is, Miguel isn’t allowed to be out driving his Harley right now!
The 28-year-old singer was convicted of DUI back in February and was ordered to only get behind the wheel of a vehicle equipped with an interlock device (where you blow into a tube to test if you’ve been drinking or not.)
Sources say there ain’t no interlock on his Harley!
So when he
Miguel has covered Elton John's Bennie and the Jets, and you don't need to read it in a mag-a-ziiiiine-oh-oh to know that it is AH-Mazing!
Miguel recorded this song as part of the 40th anniversary for Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album reissue, and it is so much Miguel in our face!
In fact, there's more Miguel in our face than that lady who got a crotchful when Miguel tried to jump from stage to stage! We love it - Miguel's music in our ears, not his high velocity pelvis in our grill!
Overall, his crooning homage is worth a listen, and so is Wale's rapping, too!
Ch-ch-check out the buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-buh-beautiful cover (above)!!!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
Remember when cops caught Miguel with a blood alcohol level of .11 last August after pulling him over for tinted windows and then arrested him for suspicion of DUI?
Well, he finally had his day in court!
The soulful singer pled no contest to the DUI charge earlier today and — unlike many celebz accused or convicted of the same crime — he decided to step up and take responsibility for his actions.
Fresh to death!
This is best thing Big Sean has ever done!!!
Autobiographical, vulnerable, raw and relatable!
We need more rap like this!
His song Ashley would have been awesome on its own, but Miguel just takes it to another greater level!
Check out the awesomeness above!
Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Big Sean!
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