D.C. bred crooner and mainstay Raheem DeVaughn is back with an all new album, his sixth studio album. Aptly titled, Decade of a Love King, the project was officially released on October 19th on all streaming platforms. While DeVaughn has been in the industry since his official debut back in 2005, this album gives him an opportunity to celebrate over 10 years of music.
“I approached this project how I would have approached making a mix-tape [mentally], but from an original music standpoint,” Raheem said of the new album.
“So I really approached every song as if this was a mix-tape, because of the tempos and the bpms. I was the first solo R&B artist to make mix-tapes; I made that blueprint which will go down in history as part of my legacy.”
So far Raheem has revealed two songs and visuals from the new album. The lead single is “Don’t Come Easy” a radio friendly hit. Watch the music video below:
The follow-up single is the grown and sexy “What It Feels Like”. “#WIFL is the flashback story of how two people first met and years later they run into each other and simply take it all the way back to that special day,” said Raheem.
Raheem DeVaughn Decade of a Love King Tracklist
01. What It Feels Like
02. Don’t Come Easy
03. Wifey featuring Phil Ade
04. Say The Word
05. That Way Act I
06. Another Round featuring Chaz French
07. Love Sex Passion
08. Roses featuring Yahzarah
09. #BFF featuring Fat Trel
10. Come Together
11. Reverse featuring Roxy Reynolds
12. Temperature’s Rising Act II
13. When It’s Real
Stream Decade of a Love King below:
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