Miguel goes bilingual for his latest song "Remember Me (Dúo)." The new track, which also features Natalia Lafourcade, is a part of the soundtrack for the Día de Los Muertos-themed Disney/Pixar film Coco, released last week. The track also comes equipped with an animated lyric video, featuring the stars of the movie and a young aspiring singer aptly named Miguel. You and your family can sing along to the harmony-filled track, which has real-life Miguel's voice sounding as smooth as ever especially when he sings in Spanish.
The single comes at the perfect time, since today marks the beginning of Día de Los Muertos. We're not sure if Miguel (whose father is from Mexico) is participating in the Mexican celebration, but we do know he's gearing up for the December release of his fourth studio album War & Leisure. We've already hear "Skywalker" and "Shockandawe," which will both appear on the project and this song is a nice change of pace.
Until we wait for more Miguel tracks, you can order the Coco soundtrack from all of your favorite digital retailers. Coco is also already in theaters but will debut in 3D on November 22nd. Watch the super cute lyric video for "Remember Me (Dúo)" below and let us know if Miguel inspired you to brush up on your Spanish.