If you look through Miles’ social networks, you’ll find videos of him doing covers, playing instruments and even vlogs from his studio sessions, but it wasn’t until this year that the luxury pop crooner felt ready to release some original material to the world. 

His first three releases speak directly to the ladies and all lovers worldwide. “Lay Ya Down,” is the upbeat track laced with some talkbox vocals that give it an electric feel and can get anyone dancing. It's the song you'll blast with the windows down on the way to the beach and also hear at the club later that night.

The mood is slowed down but the heat is turned up with “Throwback,” a genuine expression of admiration where he sings “Throw it back on me baby (classic, magic) / You’re the only one I need baby (timeless, passion).” With references of Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe, the song title also serves as a window to Miles' fascination for vintage Hollywood. He considers his style and taste to be somewhat of a throwback, "Like Audrey or Marilyn, you bring grace back to life/ I slip off your dress with my eyes." A sexy song to end the night.

In “Love in My Veins,” another upbeat song, Miles is thinking out loud, wondering what it is that has him so mesmerized by this girl. At the same time, he’s not interested in going against his feelings. He sings “ No control and I don’t care if I’m losing the fight/ I just want your love in my veins.”

We’ve all been in this situation: you’ve had your eye on someone and you finally get to spend some time together but you’re not sure what music to play. You don’t want to get too romantic and creep them out but you also want to set a fun, loving mood. Here’s a perfect playlist:


Lay ya


love in my veins