30. Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream
In a year where Frank Ocean’s album is topping many year-end lists, it was Miguel’s R&B album that I returned to the most. Miguel’s album is not nearly as personal as Ocean’s, and it’s more fun as a result. This is a sleek album, futuristic but only by a few years. It’s far sexier than the rest of 2012’s R&B. And Miguel can flat-out sing. Lead single “Adorn” is full of, as the kids say, eargasms.
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