R&B/Soul crooner, Raheem DeVaughn. Is easily one of the best R&B/Soul crooners of the last 15 plus years. His impassioned old soul style of singing. That harkens back to the likes of such R&B/Soul greats as Marvin Gaye, D’Angelo and Donnie Hathaway. Which is why so many can relate to him and DeVaughn has had such a long career. That includes his most recent latest masterpiece solo album, What A Time To Be In Love. That maybe arguably his best work to date. Being released late last year.
An album full of mostly very tastefully grown and sexy material. One of the few more serious records on the album is the very conscious Marvin Gaye homage track, Marvin Used to Say. That’s also one of the more timely and standout records from the album.
With all that has been going on lately across the U.S. It feels quite appropriate that DeVaughn decided to debut today through Vevo, the very powerfully meaningful new accompanying video for the record. That sees the singer dressed up like Gaye, as he pays tribute to the musical icon and legend. Already such a powerfully meaningful record. That’s likely to give you chills with how soulfully crafted and masterful it’s. The just as powerfully meaningful video really brings the record truly to life and makes you love it even more.