After serving up a hot cup of morning wood on his sensual track “Coffee (F***ing)” featuring Wale, Miguel is continuing to embrace his sexual side on the cover of his sophomore album, WILDHEART.

On the artistic cover, which he shared via Twitter on Monday (May 18), the chiseled singer appears like Zeus from his throne in the clouds while grasping a nude and oiled-up woman, who seems to be bent over in exhaustion from a night of sexcapades.

According to Miguel, the artwork falls right in line with the theme of the LP. "This album is Los Angeles, it’s attitude, it’s aggression, it’s sex, it’s pyschedelia, it’s lust, it’s loneliness,” he told VH1 about the follow-up to his 2012 debut, Kaleidoscope Dream. “It’s just more aggressive. It’s just raw. That’s why I love this album.”

Just in time to steam up your summer, WILDHEART will arrive on June 30. Outside of "Coffee (F***ing,)" the project will also feature songs including “nwa,” “Hollywood Dreams,” “Leaves,” “Face the Sun,” “A Beautiful Exit” and “In the Valley.”

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