The rumor mill is buzzing that R&B crooner Raheem DeVaughn has joined T.I.’s Hustle Gang label along with up-and-coming rhyme-slinger Mike Feez. AllHipHop.com posted a tweet from Tip via Twitter on Saturday (Nov. 2), but the post has since been removed.

The message reportedly said:

#HUSTLEGANG recruits @tharealmikefeez outa #Toledo Oh and @raheem_devaughn outa the #DMV #GDOD #HustleGang over Erythang!
— T.I. (@Tip) November 2, 2013"

Both Tip and DeVaughn have remained mum on this alleged partnership. However, rapper Mike Feez has been posting the announcement throughout his timeline.

If the rumors are true, DeVaughn is the first R&B singer to be signed to the Atlanta rapper's label, which is home to B.o.B., Young Dro, Travi$ Scott and Trae the Truth, among others.

The DMV singer was once signed to Jive Records and released three critically acclaimed albums, 'The Love Experience' (2005), 'Love Behind the Melody' (2008) and 'The Love & War MasterPeace' (2010).

In 2013, he released his independent album, 'A Place Called Love Land,' which featured the hits 'Love Connection' and 'Ridiculous.'

The 38-year-old artist can be heard every Sunday on his online radio talk show on BLIS.FM.

As for DeVaughn's purported deal with Hustle Gang, apparently, the ink hasn’t dried yet on the paperwork so we will have to wait and see what happens.

In the meantime, check out Raheem DeVaughn's performance on the 'Arsenio Hall Show' below.