Rap-Up TV: On Set of RaVaughn’s ‘Better Be Good’ Video

From Compound University comes Ne-Yo’s newest student, RaVaughn. The R&B newcomer, who is signed to Ne-Yo’s label, stepped into the spotlight while shooting a video for her debut single “Better Be Good” in Los Angeles. Rap-Up TV was on set as she kicked her man to the curb in the TAJ-directed clip, which features Wale.

“I’m going through this rough patch with my boyfriend and I’m trying to work it out, trying to get it all together,” said the L.A. songstress. “He tells me he wants to go out. I’m hanging with my girls and they’re like, ‘We gotta go to this party. I’m like, ‘No, I’ma try to work it out with my boo.’”

She ends up going to the house party where she runs into her boyfriend, who is there with another girl. But that won’t stop her from having a good time. She breaks into a dance sequence with her girls as the crowd cheers her on.

RaVaughn’s Compound University/Columbia Records debut Love Always is due this summer featuring appearances from Ne-Yo and Marsha Ambrosius.

The full video for “Better Be Good” will premiere on Thursday, February 21.



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7 Comments

  1. Ice

    She’s beyond gorgeous, very reminiscent of Halle Berry.

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  2. yup i said it

    i love RaVaughn as an artist. can’t wait for her first album

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  3. 2 Fresh

    This song is dope, I cant wait for the video to drop.

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  4. british proune uk 2013

    seems like someone would date her in the music business and Nice video on the set and I don’t think too many people know who she is

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  6. Asa

    Love her, she seems to have a really good personality. Plus, her voice does everything to me. So wonderful.

    Her and Marsha doing a song together, oh lawd. I’m not ready for that much amazement.

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  7. TICO

    Can anyone tell me who directed this video? Can’t find it anywhere online.

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