Raheem DeVaughn has been laying low for the last several years, but he’s finally back with new music.
The “You” singer collaborated with fellow crooner Wes Felton to form the group The CrossRhodes and produce the single “Footprints On The Moon.” Inspired by the death of Freddie Gray, Raheem and Wes teamed up to provide a soundtrack that addresses the concerns of the global community, particularly the minority community.
Check out some of the lyrics:
“Footprints on the Moon/ You deserve the world, my negus/ See the world is yours my negus/ See it’s never too soon, my negus/ For Footprints on the Moon, my negus … Push the limit, my G/ Don’t settle for the city, the block, or the street/ They lyin’ bout them there two white feet/ That landed on the moon a year after they killed King/ What if I told you that the sky was the ground/ Of a universal planet that this planet never found.”
Listen to the song below:
Look out for the new album from Raheem DeVaughn and Wes Felton in early 2017.
PHOTO CREDIT: Raheem DeVaughn | VIDEO CREDIT: YouTube
Raheem DeVaughn Is Back With A Song For The Movement was originally published on hellobeautiful.com