Raheem DeVaughn – King Of Loveland

Raheem DeVaughn does both socially-aware songs and bedroom bangers well; he just released each type within a week of each other with “Final Call (Savior’s Day)” featuring Rhymefest and “Cry Baby.” And today, Raheem drops another one of his memorable mixtapes called King of Loveland, which acts as a spinoff for his full-length 2013 album, A Place Called Loveland.

This project, King of Loveland, however, is mostly for the bedroom, and features covers of Janelle Monae and Miguel’s “Primetime” and Alicia Keys and Maxwell’s “Fire We Make,” as well as originals such as the standout track “Love King,” the previously-released “Ridiculous,” and “Cry Baby.”

Listen to the self-proclaimed monarch of love's new project below: