Singer Miguel attends The 2013 Clio Awards at American Museum of Natural History on May 15, 2013 in New York City*Miguel is going to give his fans a dose of his roots.

The Kaleidoscope Dream singer is in the early stages of his third album after his successful sophomore album.

And this time around he plans to have Spanish influences in his music.

“I’ll be singing in Spanish here and there—you’ll get a little bit of Spanglish,” he said. One of his favorite songs so far is titled “Destinado A Morir (Destined To Die)”; another is the allegorical “Hollywood Dreams.” “The music I create always has this underlying tinge of scandal to it.”

He plans to record an anthem for the summer (the age of “Blurred Lines” is over).

“I want this album to feel like home for me,” Miguel told VIBE. “Being born and raised in Los Angeles, there’s so much to paint and for people to see and know about me. I want to write the summer anthem. I haven’t had that summer song yet.”

But don’t expect his third album to be exclusively Spanish, Spanglish or Latin pop, he’s creating a more eclectic sound. While his last album set out to reshape R&B music, he’s  incorporating not only his Spanish roots, but a classic rock sound in his next LP.

“It picks up where Kaleidoscope Dreamleft off,” he said.

Miguel wants to collaborate on the album. Those are TBA.

Watch Miguel’s interview below: