Although Kaleidoscope Dream is only the second full album by Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Miguel, he's steadily unleashed a stream of music since his 2010 debut album, All I Want is You. This year alone, he's released five three-songs EPs leading up to the Oct. 2, 2012 release of this album. But if you think that putting out so much original music would tend to dampen his creativity, the exact opposite has happened. Kaleidoscope Dream is a highly original collection of songs that sounds nothing like anything any other urban music artist out there is doing today. Miquel has found his own lane of eclectic, artsy R&B-pop music, and he clearly relishes the ability to create songs that sound completely different from the pack of trend-hopping contemporary artists out there trying to stay relevant. If you've heard any or all of Miguel's Art Dealer Chic series of free EPs, which he released in the Spring of 2012, then you pretty know what to expect with this release. If there was ever a title that perfectly described an album's content, Kaleidoscope Dream is it. As advertised, the album is sort of a musical kaleidoscope, filled with shifting patterns. For more, click the link to check out the full review of Miguel's Kaleidoscope Dream.