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Raheem DeVaughn
27 April, 2014 10:24 am

New music from the legendary Roots crew’s upcoming album, …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, hitting May 20th.

16 July, 2013 6:19 am

Produced by Face and Rai.

22 August, 2012 8:28 am

From Dwele’s Greater Than One LP, hitting August 28th.

25 May, 2011 2:25 am

Original Guesswhyld Records founder and indie hip-hop pioneer Matt Fingaz returns to the scene, with this new collabo with Raheem DeVaughn and Focus. LISTEN: Focus – “I Can See It All” (feat. Matt Fingaz + Raheem DeVaughn) Matt Fingaz + Raheem DeVaughn + Focus – “I Can See It All”

11 October, 2010 4:50 pm

Directed by Tabi Bonney (Cool Kids Forever Films). The Love and War Masterpeace is in stores now.

23 September, 2010 10:16 am

Raheem Devaughn flips Lil Wayne’s mixtape track “Single” and turns it into an ode for all the single ladies. This song will be featured on 368 Music Group’s upcoming Winner’s Circle mixtape 368 FTW Vol. 1 available via DJBooth.net in October. Raheem Devaughn remixes Lil Wayne’s “Single” (MP3)

13 May, 2010 9:12 pm

DC reps it hard on this remix with Wale, Tabi Bonney & crooner Raheem DeVaughn. Chef Raekwon comes through to blow the doors off. LISTEN: Phil Ade -”Hollywood (Remix)”- (feat. Raekwon, Wale, Tabi Bonney & Raheem DeVaughn)

24 March, 2010 11:05 pm

A while back a friend proposed the question of who had the better catalogue, Curtis Mayfield or Gil-Scott Heron.  If there’s a modern equivalent to that question it might be Raheem DeVaughn (Curtis Mayfield) or Erykah Badu.  The album kicks off with an intro by Dr. Cornell West, who’s also later featured in multiple interludes [cont.]

1 April, 2008 1:51 am

What happened to neo-soul?  In the latter part of the 1990s up until sometime after the year 2000, neo-soul was one of the most popular new genres to hit the air waves.  Collectives were formed, commercials were made, and then out of nowhere the movement ended.   Was this because of the over sensationalizing of the [cont.]

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