Miguel’s Wildheart tour may not have ended in Los Angeles (the last date was actually the next day in Oakland), but Friday’s outdoor show at Hollywood Forever Cemetery certainly felt like a homecoming and grand finale. Riding high off the recent release of his third album, Wildheart, the LA-native brought his trademark brand of sexualized swagger and genre-defying musical mayhem to a sold-out crowd under the stars.

And he wasn’t the only star on stage. When an artist reps his hometown as hard as Miguel does (and trust me, if you weren’t convinced before, the between-song shout-outs definitely sealed the deal), it’s only natural that the city is going to rally around him and show that love back.

Kurupt took the stage to perform his verse on early Wildheart jam “NWA” and was soon after joined by none other than Snoop Dogg himself, who brought the intensity up to a new level with a quick run through smash hits “The Next Episode” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Later in the set, Kendrick Lamar popped up to perform his recent VMA-nominated song “Alright.” And though he’s not from Los Angeles, A$AP Rocky also took the stage to perform his song “Everyday,” which also features Miguel.

Though the bulk of Miguel’s performance comprised cuts from Wildheart (“Coffee,” “Leaves,” and “What’s Normal Anyway” stood out as some of the highlights), a few choice older cuts also resonated with the crowd. Set opener “The Thrill” instantly established that Miguel’s voice is even more versatile and impassioned than it appears on record, a fact that remained intact all the way until the final song of the night, his breakthrough single “Adorn.”

The entire performance had a loose, free-flowing feel that definitely fits with the overall vibe attached to Miguel’s music, and things were anchored by his tight backing band, to say nothing about the singer’s on-point dance moves. Sexualized swagger, indeed.

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