New Music: RaVaughn f/ Wale – ‘Better Be Good’

Better Be Good

Ne-Yo is just days away from releasing his album R.E.D., but he turns the attention to his new artist RaVaughn Brown. The soulful songstress, who is signed to his Compound Entertainment label through Columbia Records, gets a hand from Wale on her new single “Better Be Good.” On the breezy fare, the R&B newcomer demands that her man treat her well ’cause she’s the “one and only,” while Wale puts it down for his lady on his two verses.



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16 Comments

  1. southernboss

    this song is amazing. Hope she goes far.

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  2. Ice

    Damn, she is gorgeous!

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  3. OMG

    Love the song. Very RnB. I’ve been missing that will all those terrible Bieber, Minaj and electroshit songs from Usher, Kelly Rowland etc.

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  4. D.King

    Ok she can sing and I’m feeling this

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  5. Yo

    i love her. her mixtape is fire.

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  6. Rich

    She looks like a human version of Cassie, but with a voice.

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  7. Trevisssia

    i think she sang promise in the dark?

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  8. bibi93

    Good song

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  9. OG Trenton

    Ne-Yo signed a future R&B legend!!! This girl is BAD! I’m loving the new joint. Her EP is fire too. It’s called “Love Always.. The Introduction” thank me later lol

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  10. ronie

    nice.

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  11. Andy James

    Love her !!! soo tired of the same artists let’s hear something new , something different !!!

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  12. Twista

    I think she favors Halle B.

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  13. Asa

    Dayum.

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  14. umm

    Sounds like an Amerie track, I love it!

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  15. Chet

    Baaad and I mean that in the best way possible! Hope she blows up. And yeah, this song is really reminiscent of Ameriie.

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    [...] also collaborated with Wale (“Better Be Good”), Fabolous (“I’m So Fu**ed Up”), Marsha Ambrosius, John Legend, and Miguel, who [...]

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