The R&B crooner then signed a contract with mighty Jive Records in 2007 and again began work on an album. But legal issues with Miguel's prior label put that effort — “All I Want Is You” — on hold until 2010. And when it was finally released, the album failed to crack the top 100 – at least at first.
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