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Raheem De Vaughn says he didn’t set out to commit civil disobedience Sunday — he only planned to hear Cornel West speak to the Occupy D. They were released just a day later — no fines, no charges. Not bad, the Prince George’s native told our colleague Aaron Leitko. But one thing led to another, and the Grammy-nominated crooner got himself arrested, along with West and 17 other protesters, for refusing to leave the steps of the Supreme Court.“I never actually grew up saying I wanted to be a recording artist. I was a writer and a performer who studied theater,” she explains.“Writing has always been my first love and music came to me.” Stewart, who describes herself as an army brat, was born in Germany but was quickly uprooted, with her family, and moved to Hong Kong where she began school. Not only did they pen hits for themselves, like “Say Yes” and “Getting Late they also collaborated with other notable artists like Jill Scott, Bilal and Michael Jackson.It is my hope that the ladies of all shades enjoy a song and video made specifically with them in mind.” Let’s be real songs though, songs that celebrate Black women as sexually powerful and not submissive pieces of meat are far and few between.“Black Ice Cream” is a welcomed departure in a context where Black women have few allies outside of other Black women. The album’s lead single, “Get Right Back To My Baby,” which samples the Frankie Beverly and Maze classic, “Before I Let Go,” is uptempo.“I’m Not Broken” is closer to the ballad sound her fans have grown to love while “All I Want Is You” featuring Raheem Devaughn is sexy.

WATCH: Change Your Panties After Watching Raheem De Vaughn’s ‘Temperature Rising’ Video The video itself, directed by 6ix Shoota, is a trademark sultry and sexy visual that incorporates girls of every shade but in particular darker girls.Their neo-soul sultriness and unique mixture of poetry and song quickly gained the attention of music lovers and critics alike, garnering a total of seven Grammy nominations.Floetry, which was composed of Marsha Ambrosius (“The Songstress”) and Natalie Stewart (“The Floacist”), later released a live album, in 2005. Stewart’s solo album in 2010 that Stewart left the group and it was “the biggest heartbreak” she ever had to go through. “The vibration and ebb and flow of Floetry is very precious to me.What's the meaning behind this album’s name, shares the same roots as my name — Vivi.It’s the root of a lot of words and it means full of life, zeal, vibrant, light. Usually I always feel like I’m up against the clock and we didn’t want to do that.

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