When Raheem Devaughn titled his album ‘The Love & War MasterPeace’ questions like “why that title” and “is he really that cocky ?” were raised. According to Devaughn, the album’s title has nothing to do with perceived cockiness but, the need for peace in this day and age. Whether inner peace or peace in your love life, work, or at home, Devaughn hopes his music will help listeners. “I feel like music can be therapeutic for all of us, not just music lovers, but the artists that create it,” Devaughn told VH1. As previously reported, Raheem Devaughn’s “The Love & War MasterPeace” features the Ludacris assisted single “Bulletproof”. Released March 9, “The Love & War MasterPeace” has sold over 45,000 copies.