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Soul singer Raheem DeVaughn got his start in Washington, D.C.
Randee St. Nicholas
April 23, 2010 Critics have compared the singer's voice to Marvin Gaye's, and the parallels become even sharper upon closer inspection. His new album, a two-disc compilation called Love and War MasterPeace, tackles themes of inner-city violence, war, unemployment and love.
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January 29, 2008 Raheem DeVaughn's new album, Love Behind the Melody, could be his big break. The single, "Woman," has been nominated for a Grammy, and next week he'll begin touring the country with Jill Scott. DeVaughn talks about his independent streak and his relationship with his fans.
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