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LaDonna Raeh kicks it with the talented and sexy Dwele

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As one of R&B's smoothest singer-songwriter-producers, Dwele has crafted so many romantic ballads, from "Find A Way" to "I'm Cheatin'," that it might be difficult to see the soulful tenor as anything other than a modest poet. 
Tune in to Life and the Public Figure as Dwele talks to LaDonna Raeh about how he locked himself into the studio and came out with his fifth album…Greater Than One.
On the first single, "What Profit," Dwele's familiar warm vocals come alive over a strolling guitar and easy two-step drums.
"The hook says 'What profits a man to gain the whole wide world and lose his girl? If I was your man, I'd do all that I can to keep you,' " he says. "It's related to the bible verse that states 'What profits a man to gain the world but lose his soul.' "
"We shot 'What Profit' with Mike City, who co-wrote the song, along with Phife from A Tribe Called Quest, who has a remix verse," Dwele says. "In the clip, I play a guy who's got too much going on and stops paying attention to his girl."
Now, gearing up to spread the word about "Greater Than One," the Detroit native will hit the road making stops across the United States, where fans can grab his mini-album as well as "Greater Than One," which hit shelves on August 28, 2012.
This interview you won't want to miss!