Urban Girl Mag | Raheem Devaughn and Friends Gave a Live Concert at the Highline Ballroom on Friday Night
New York City- The Highline Ballroom was the place to be this past Friday night. Raheem Devaughn held his annual benefit concert for the first year in New York City. Devaughn has held these benefit concerts yearly for the past 4 years in Washington D.C. to benefit his LoveLife Foundation. The concert was presented by the Aids Healthcare Foundation.
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Raheem Devaughn and Friends Gave a Live Concert at the Highline Ballroom on Friday Night

New York City- The Highline Ballroom was the place to be this past Friday night as Raheem Devaughn and friends held their annual benefit concert for the first year in New York City. Devaughn has held these benefit concerts yearly for the past 4 years in Washington D.C. in benefit of his LoveLife Foundation. The concert was presented by the Aids Healthcare Foundation.

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Devaughn’s annual concerts have featured artists such as Wale, Kelly Price, Vivian Green, V. Bozeman and many others. Friday’s NYC concert was hosted by New York City’s 103.9 FM’s Guy Lambert and La Loca. DJ Rico was on the 1’s and 2’s, while guests enjoyed live performances by hip hop favorite’s Lil’ Mo’, Chris and Neef, and Freeway. Rap legends Mc Lyte and Doug E. Fresh performed as well. Doug E Fresh  wowed the crowd with his live beat boxing skills.

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Audience members were also serenaded with live performances by Grammy nominated artists Ro James and Raheem Devaughn himself.

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“On behalf of The LoveLife Foundation, we would like to thank my peers for volunteering their time and talent to reach back and pull forward. This effort is truly a labor of love as we seek to help others through service: from scholarships to deserving students to domestic violence survivor outreach to coat/toy donations to feeding the homeless, this helps others help themselves. Thank you to the fans for the outpour of love and support. We look forward to 2018.”–Raheem DeVaughn
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See addtional photos from the Highline Ballroom concert below:
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