RaVaughn - Just Another Holiday

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Phatboiz
Album:
None (Promo Single)

The holiday season is all about spending time with loved ones. So, when the person who means the most to you walks out of your life just as you’re putting up the tree or lighting the menorah, it puts a serious damper on the festivities. On her latest promo single, Compound/Columbia R&B songstress RaVaughn reflects on the grim prospect of a Yuletide without a certain man in her life, lamenting, “Without you, it’s Just Another Holiday.” Phatboiz provide a lush, but, appropriately melancholy backdrop for the singer’s vocals, layering soulful keys and synth-string harmonies over a muscular, hip hop-infused rhythm section. This poignant, Britney Barber-penned jam isn’t part of a larger set, but fans can click here to check out RaVaughn’s last Booth feature, September single Best Friend.

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