With five Grammy nominations at this year's ceremony, it's safe to say that Miguel knows a thing or two about music. So maybe it makes sense that he's been chosen to oversee the music on an upcoming episode of MTV's Washington Heights, according to Billboard.
As guest music supervisor for Wednesday's episode of the MTV reality series, the Los Angeles-based Miguel promises to bring some California flavor to the show. Next week's new installment of Washington Heights will feature music from LA native Dom Kennedy, whose song "My Type of Party" became popular last year. Another Los Angeles star, Thundercat, will also get time to shine when his song "Is It Love?" is played during the upcoming Washington Heights episode, Billboard reports.
"What I really wanted to accomplish with this opportunity was somehow bridging the gap," Miguel tells the magazine. "I thought it would be a really good juxtaposition to take young, hungry kids from New York and help tell their stories with music from young, up-and-coming and hungry kids from L.A."
Miguel's song "Adorn" will also be included in the show's soundtrack. The Kaleidoscope Dream track is nominated for the Grammy's Song of the Year.
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