On the morning of his second album Kaleidoscope Dream's release, Miguel keeps it one hunnid with The Breakfast Club by addressing the gay rumors and his odd fashion choices of the past.
"I was trying to be myself in the midst of being someone else,"the "Adorn" singer says. "I'm much more sturdy as a person [now] and I've just found what complements me and who I am."
He also speaks on dropping the album in parts making sense financially and digitally, Frank Ocean coming out the closet, role-play, his beef with Lloyd and more.
Watch the full interview below.