The Roots Ft. Raheem DeVaughn – “Tomorrow”

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More new tunes from <em>…and then you shoot your cousin</em>.

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Please Let Raheem DeVaughn’s “Happy Mother’s Day” Video Serve As A Gentle Reminder

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Raheem DeVaughn put together a song and video to wish all the moms out there a "Happy Mother's Day.

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Raheem DeVaughn – “Love Connection” Video


Peep the visuals for Raheem DeVaughn's "Love Connection.


tabi Bonney Feat. Raheem DeVaughn & TCB – “Need A Girl”

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Hip-Hop meets soul meets go-go on tabi Bonney’s “Need A Girl.

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Casey Veggies Feat. Raheem DeVaughn – “Thoughts Weigh” x Customized Greatly Vol. 3 Mixtape


Upon skimming through <a href="">Casey Veggies'</a> latest installment of his Customized Greatly mixtape series, it seems there's somewhat of a sonic identity crisis going on.

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Raheem DeVaughn – Destination: LoveLand EP


You didn’t make those reservations, did you.


Phil Adé – A Different World Mixtape

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One of my favorite episodes of Everybody Hates Chris was when he made the wrestling team.

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Fat Trel x DJ Money – April Foolz Mixtape

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<a href=""> “DC Shoes ain’t D.C. Shit...” – Fat Trel Fat Trel is an enigma wrapped in a riddle, wrapped in a grape cigarillo. He is aligned with the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area’s most recognizable Hip-Hop artist, recent Maybach Music Group signee Wale. Oddly enough, Fat Trel is everything Wale is not. He wears North Face, not Billionaire Boys Club. He’s much more likely to rhyme over a Lex Luger beat than something by 9th Wonder (though some would argue that might be the case for Wale as well now). Beyond aesthetics, Trel represents the tatted, dreaded, pill-popping, O Cup drinking generation of teens and young adults that have been striking fear in the hearts of suburban Metro commuters for years. His hunger, unchecked aggression and youthful angst hearken back to a time when out-of-towners were wary of visiting our nation’s capital. In short: He is D.C., not the DMV. Trel first showed up on the national radar while supporting the aforementioned Wale on “The Posse Cut (Who Don’t)” from this last outing, 2010’s More About Nothing. Full of uncompromising trap tales, hook-free stream of consciousness mind spray and bawdy sexual boasts expected of a guy who runs with a crew called the <a href="">Slutty Boyz</a>, Trel established himself as a force to be reckoned with in DC and beyond.

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Album First Listen: Saigon’s The Greatest Story Never Told

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<a href=""> In 2011, this is as close to a "Roll Call" as you're going to get. Annnd, in 2011, this could be considered the first noteworthy Hip-Hop full-length record to get the ball rolling; set the standard for where the beats, rhymes and life should be propelled to elevate the music standard in the commercial district. (You hear that Dre?). You've seen a little bit, and heard a few more but holy taco Batman, this is the full enchilada we're dealing with. Kanye West, Jay-Z, Marsha Ambrosius and some guy named Just Blaze (?) all help Saigon finally get his Greatest Story told and sold on 2.15.11. Three years ago, some of you current skeptics' heads would have exploded like that White supremacist on that Dave Chappelle skit. But since we're all here, how does it sound? If we're taking prop bets, how many <a href="">Cigs</a> will TSS Crew dole out for it.


Vado Feat. Raheem DeVaughn – “It’s You”

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<a href=""> In 2010, The Diplomats finally let bygones be bygones and decided more money could be made <a href="">by being friends</a> as opposed to acting like they never knew each other existed since "the breakup" a few years back.


The Week That Was: The When LeBron Came Back Edition

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<a href=""> Damn, Dan. -- All week, the big news in the sports world centered around <a href="">LeBron James' return to Cleveland</a>.

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Raheem DeVaughn Performs Lip Service On Camera

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<a href=""> If you're at work, don't even think about attempting to view this---let alone enter this post. For those of you that felt Ms. Keri Baby was uncouth in <a href="">her video</a>, allow Raheem DeVaughn---pardon me---allow the Grammy-nominated singer <a href="">Raheem DeVaughn</a> to upstage her as he does some of the most questionable "acting" this side of Billy Bob Thorton for his "She's Single" promo.

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Skillz Feat. Raheem DeVaughn – “Call Me Crazy” Video

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<a href=""> He's already given you his <a href="">confessions</a>, so the next logical step would be to settle down right.

Winner's Circle

Dee Boy, Da Phuture & Phil Adé – “368 Swag”

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<a href=""> Soulja Boy's "Pretty Boy Swag" meets the <a href="">Winner's Circle</a> as Phil, Dee Boy & Da Phuture add a little more lyrical bounce per ounce.


Shareefa x Don Cannon – The Misunderstanding Of Shareefa

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<a href=""> Shareefa is pretty adept in what she does, yet four years since "<a href="">Need a Boss</a>," it seems like people still don't know it yet.

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Winner’s Circle – “368 Killin’ Em”

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With his rise and recent success, Raheem opened the door for Phil Adé first and now the rest of the 368 Music roster - Dee Boy, Da Future and Stello - is bumrushing the show.


Phil Ade Feat. Raekwon, Wale, tabi Bonney and Raheem DeVaughn – “Hollywood (Remix)”

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<a href=""> <a href="">Devin's</a> been the main one biggin' up <a href="">Phil's</a> music but perhaps it's time we all pay a little more attention.

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3.3 The Cooler

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Tia Nicole Lady Gaga Says She Is Single -- And Celibate <a href="">[CNN]</a> Rejoice, For Big Momma Will Thrice Claim A Dwelling <a href="">[Film Drunk]</a> A Tribute To Salma Hayek’s Breast <a href="">[The Little Outlet]</a> Black Keys To Release New Album, 'Brothers,' in May <a href="">[Spinner]</a> Mishka Store Opening in L.

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Raheem DeVaughn Feat. Ludacris – “Bulletproof” Video

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Raheem "One-of-the-only-true-R&B-artists-left" DeVaughn and Ludacris answer with a resounding yes to those who ask do recording artists still care about making engaging videos.

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