Miguel & J. Cole Build On Their Musical Chemistry With A Seductive Video

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In an act of phenomenal timing, Miguel dropped a crisp new video to accompany the single, “Come Through And Chill” featuring J. Cole. The track is off the singer’s fourth album, War & Leisure which dropped last December. It also features producer Salaam Remi (Nas, Amy Winehouse, No Panty).

Cole’s appears in the video, dropping in to spit into a charmingly vintage payphone. The video’s premise follows that of the song, about Miguel’s proclivity for playing the field while traveling. Each of the crooner’s costume changes features an introduction of a new starring female. Directed by Kevin Calero, the sultry visuals time perfectly with the sexy production care of Salaam Remi.

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Miguel and J. Cole have proven to make quite the team over the years. They first came together for “All I Want Is You,” the title track on Miguel’s 2010 debut album. The pair revisited their noteworthy dynamic on J. Cole’s 2013 album, Born Sinner on “Power Trip,” which garnered a Grammy nomination among other awards.

The release of the video aligns with the buzz following the Dreamville MC’s project, KOD. Over the last five days, Cole has dropped two videos of his own, ”ATM” and “Kevin’s Heart,” all adding to the rabid streaming frenzy of his latest album.