Raheem DeVaughn is not done promoting his latest album, Love Sex Passion. The self-proclaimed "Love King" is back with a new video for his single, "Black Ice Cream."

The song title alone will hint towards a sultry video. While there is no food play in this clip, DeVaughn puts black women on a pedestal and explains how he would like to taste them like the frozen treat.

"You be the scoop, I be the cone / You be the Queen, I be the throne / You be the ride, I be the saddle babe / You be the spoon, I be the stir you crazy / Be the power of the P for the pleasure / I be your D and do whatever / You be the job, I be that work / I be that pipe that make you burst," he croons.

DeVaughn further explained the story behind the song in an interview with The Boombox earlier this year.

“I love women -- all types, all colors, petite, plus size," he tells us. "But in particular, I was raised by black women and I feel like there is just something beautiful about black women. The song starts off creative and flirtatious with innuendoes and things...I wanted to be poetic but like ‘Damn, did he just say that?’”

Not only does he show himself getting close to some of the leading women in the video, but he also is surrounded by them, which looks similar to '80s pop singer Robert Palmer's visual for "Addicted to Love."

Although it might seem a bit much with the crown on his head, the 6IX Shoota-directed video will not only raise the temperature in the room but also highlights the beauty of women by ending it with black and white clips of the ladies casually enjoying themselves.

Raheem DeVaughn will spread the love on the road this fall on his Love 'N Soul Experience Tour with Leela James. To check out their itinerary, click here.

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