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Riffs: Raheem DeVaughn's new "Bedroom" video doesn't actually take place in the bedroom

By Chris Richards

Just moments ago, Washington's own Raheem DeVaughn premiered a sultry, sepia-toned new new video for "Bedroom," one of the finest songs from his excellent, most recent album "The Love & War Masterpeace." Directed by local rapper-director Tabi Bonney, the clip was shot in many places -- none of which appear to be DeVaughn's bedroom. Let's go to the tape...

0:10: A shower.
0:21: Possibly a bedroom -- but if so, a bedroom with funny wallpaper.
0:36: Inside Raheem DeVaughn's mouth.
0:43: Her bedroom, not his.
1:07: The intersection of 7th and H Streets, N.W.
2:46: A rooftop between New York Ave. and K St. N.W.

Want to see another Bonney-directed video in which DeVaughn rocks a great Bad Brains t-shirt? Check out "Greatness," after the jump.

By Chris Richards  | October 11, 2010; 3:00 PM ET
Tags:  Raheem DeVaughn, Tabi Bonney  
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