Check Out Harlem’s Doug E. Fresh At Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Benefit Concert In NYC

The LoveLife Foundation and AIDS Healthcare Foundation is proud to announce the expansion of the annual Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Benefit Concert into the NYC market. For the past four years, notable artists such as Kelly Price, Tweet, V.Bozeman, Doug E.Fresh, and others have come out in support of Raheem’s philanthropic initiatives to uplift, encourage, and inspire the lives of others. To celebrate , this year’s inaugural concert will feature performances by Grammy Award Nominated Recording Artists Raheem DeVaughn, Rap Legends: MC Lyte and Harlem’s Doug E. Fresh, Love & Hip Hop NYC Co-Star/Notable Recording Artist, Lil Mo, Rap Fan Favorites: Beanie Siegel, Freeway, Chris & Neef, The CrossRhodes and music by DJ Money.

The Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Holiday Concert aims to help raise funds and awareness through DeVaughn’s non-profit organization, The LoveLife Foundation. The LoveLife Foundation provides monetary support for HIV/AIDS Awareness, Domestic Violence Prevention, Youth Programming, Scholarships, and Community Programming. This year, The LoveLife Foundation has partnered with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to present this benefit concert as a means to further educate the community at large on progress of HIV/AIDS Prevention in the hopes to eradicate the global pandemic. Media partnership is provided by NYC’s Radio 103.9 FM.

Tickets are available for purchase on and for $35. For more information, please visit www.lovelifefoundationdm and connect via Twitter @LoveLifeDMV and Instagram @lovelifedmv.

The Inaugural NYC Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Holiday Concert will take place on Friday, December 22, 2017. Doors Open at 6 pm and Showtime will be at 8 pm. Media check in will be at 6 PM.

The Inaugural NYC Raheem DeVaughn & Friends Holiday Concert will take place at the Highline Ballroom located 431 W. 16th Street, New York, NY 10011.

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