His supportive parents - Miguel's mother is Filipino while his father is Indian Singaporean - paid for the private showcase and the production of the EP, which is distributed by Universal Music.
US drummer John JR Robinson, who has drummed for Michael Jackson, and Australian Amanda Colliver, who was vocal coach to Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, worked on Miguel's EP.
Since April, Miguel has been attending weekly vocal lessons with Colliver, who revealed in her recent book, Can Anybody Sing?, that the young boy has "perfect pitch".
Miguel said he hasn't told any of his friends or classmates about his EP and will just let them find out about it from media reports.
And if he can't have his first career choice of being a successful singer, the Top 5 student in his class wants to be a doctor. His best subject is science.
The self-confessed perfectionist, who has performed for The Substation, Fashion With A Heart by Singapore Pools Charity, Hope Foundation 2011, MILK, and Chingay 2012, has cried post-performance when he forgot his lyrics on-stage.
When that happens, he said that he will look to his mother (backstage) for comfort.
We may soon be able to call the Philippines-born Miguel our own as he will be applying for Singapore citizenship.
Miguel was discovered last year when Radio 91.3 DJ Cheryl Miles shared a YouTube video of him singing I Dreamed A Dream on her Facebook page.
Miles, a friend of Miguel's family, had described his voice as that of an angel.
TNP caught wind of the video through a tweet by Miles' Facebook friend, actress-host Jaime Teo.
The woman who went on her knees to take a video of his performance, Ms Lily Loh, 31, a senior office manager, told The New Paper: "I first watched Miguel perform at (jazz bar) Quaruba'r three months ago and what was amazing about him is that, the bar, which is usually very noisy, goes quiet when he sings because they want to listen to him.
"I got to know his family and his mum invited me here on wednesday.
"Miguel's the prince of my dreams, I always tell him he's my prince. I stole a kiss from him once."
She joked: "I hope I'm the right age for him."
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