It's been nearly three months since soul man Raheem DeVaughn dropped his uplifting anthem "Queen," but just when you thought he might've forgotten about the single, the self-proclaimed Love King breaks us off with the song's video. It's fitting that Raheem decided to drop this clip around Thanksgiving, as it's giving thanks to all the strong, beautiful women from all walks of life.
To set the stage for the visual, it's shot mostly in black and white, as it follows a few women throughout their day. Whether the women are going to school, work or volunteering, each woman featured moves through the clip with grace, style and a quiet strength. And while Raheem's definitely showing love to the sistas, he features a few women of different ethnicities to drive the point home that all women should be cherished and treated like royalty. He even presents women sitting on a throne at video's end to drive the point home, ending the clip with a precious baby girl on the throne, a tilted crown drawn just above here head.
Take a look at the visuals for "Queen" right here and, if you feel so inclined, pick up the single at iTunes. Raheem's next album, Love, Sex, Passion, is set to drop in February.