Miguel A. Raphael is a Haitian American rapper who currently resides in San Diego CA. With a west coast style, the rhymes of Miguel is known as a “Club Bangers with bars” type of artist. Despite multiple setbacks in his career due to legal troubles, Miguel A. Raphael's album “From The Feds House” will be released August 24, 2019.
Miguel A. Raphael released his single titled “Let Me See You Twerk” and this song could surely be played in the clubs. The lyrics, the banging beat, and the entire energy of the record is perfect for parties. It’s head-banging, booty shaking, and energetic delivery is just exhilarating. Miguel lives up to his club banger with bars label, as he knows how to give hard-hitting, and charismatic lyrics while still keeping the aggressive attitude in-tact. In this upcoming summer vacation, many people will be looking forward to the dance parties and hot new tunes that will have them feeling a vibe. “Let Me See You Twerk” is a record that could undeniably fit right into that category. He had our attention intact the entire record from start to finish. “Let Me See You Twerk” is a hit without any doubt, and we’re excited to see what’s next from Miguel A. Raphael.
Listen to “Let Me See You Twerk” here and get to know more about Miguel A. Raphael below!
Hello Miguel! Do you have any special musical influences for your hard-hitting, and energetic style?
Hello! yes, guys like 50 cent, Eminem, DMX and Gucci Mane
Tell us about your record “Let Me See You Twerk”, what was the vision you had in mind for this?
I had no vision in mind at the time when I wrote this song. I actually wrote the song when I was incarcerated, 7 months later when I got out a friend sent me the beat and I knew this was the right beat for it.
In what ways has your background and influences were included in “Let Me See You Twerk”?
As a kid I used to snuck out the house to go to this teen night club and my first time there I saw how girls were shaking their butts I couldn't believe it. My goal is to make music that people can shake their asses to.
What’s the most challenging aspect of being an independent artist?
Getting people to listen to your song on the radio like the majors do.
What’s next for you Miguel?
What's next for me is to keep making noise and get more people to listen to my music.
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