RaVaughn Brown ft. Wale - You Better Be Good

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jerry Wonda
Album:
None (Promo Single)

No, Raheem DeVaughn didn’t decide to collapse his first and last names into a brand new moniker. A new Compound/Columbia signee who has nothing in common with the D.C. crooner except for the job title of “singer,” RaVaughn Brown makes her grand entrance into The DJBooth with freshly-minted promo single You Better Be Good. Here, a funky, handclap-laced beat by Jerry Wonda sets the stage for some flirtatious back-and-forth between the headliner and a hopeful suitor—the latter played by MMG‘s own Wale in guest verses on the front and back. Has RaVaughn Brown’s first feature whet your appetite for more? This joint isn’t attached to any larger project, but we’ll keep you supplied with the latest from the rising R&B songstress.

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