Raheem DeVaughn covers Beatles’ “Let It Be” for “Beatles Soul” EP




As the music world gears up for the October 15 release of The Beatles’ “Let It Be” box set, Raheem DeVaughn aka The Love King of R&B blessed us with a cover of the 1970 Beatles classic “Let It Be” , the title track to what has become infamous as the “Breakup Album”. “Beatles Soul” is currently slated for a November release via Oro Music / Empire […]

As the music world gears up for October 15e release of The Beatles“So be it” Box, Raheem DeVaughn aka The Love King of R&B blessed us with a cover of the 1970 Beatles classic “So be it”, the title track of what has become infamous as the “Breakup Album”.


“Soul of the Beatles” is currently slated for a November release via Oro Music / Empire and is expected to feature soulful covers of other Beatles classics like “I want you (she’s so heavy)” and “Money.” Oro is keeping the remaining roster of star performers fairly close to the vest at press time, but more are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.

Three-time Grammy nominee Raheem DeVaughn has captivated audiences with his unique vocal styles and swag since his 2005 debut album, The experience of love.

Raheem’s self-proclaimed nickname “R&B hippie neo soul Rockstar” made him the perfect artist to launch the “Beatles Soul” project and he was also very excited about the release.

“I’ve loved the Beatles catalog and that conscious song ‘Let It Be’ since childhood.” The accomplished singer tells us. “The lyrics are a gentle reminder that the world can still reflect beauty, love and peace.”



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Kenneth T. Shippee

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