Some might be anxious about living up to the nickname "The New Voice of Women," especially if it was given to them by R&B heavyweight Ne-Yo. Yet RaVaughn, the recipient of the praise, has been preparing for it her entire life. The singer honed her skills on the road and in the recording studio doing backup for Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Nicki Minaj, Brandy, Keri Hilson and others. In 2011 she signed a solo deal with Ne-Yo's Compound University and two years later released her debut, Love Always. The album, which includes a song with Marsha Ambrosius and collaborations with Stargate, Babyface and The-Dream, was led by the single "Better Be Good," featuring Wale. In 2013, the Carson, CA, native became a BET Music Matters artist. 

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BET Experience: Catching Up With RaVaughn

Find out who RaVaughn will be rocking on the red carpet! (3/3/2015)

Meelah Williams, Eva Marcille and More Shoot Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

Entertainment stars band together for a playful photo shoot.

Music Matters Paves the Road to BET Experience With Four-Part Series

Eric Benet, Adrian Marcel and more billed for special Los Angeles showcases.

106 & Park: Top 3 Celebs Singer RaVaughn Wants as Best Friends

Backstage: You’ll be surprised at who’s #1. (10/9/2013)

Exclusive Access: K. Michelle, Sevyn Streeter and RaVaughn Visit 106 & Park

K. Michelle, Sevyn and RaVaughn talk relationships, upcoming music projects and the "Rebellious Soul" tour on 106.

106 & Park: The Making of RaVaughn’s “Best Friend”

Guest Rewind: RaVaughn reveals the inspiration for her new video. (10/8/2013)
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