Keyshia Cole and Raheem DeVaughn concluded the 'Heineken Red Star Soul' concert tour last night at New York City's Mansion nightclub. The nine-city tour which showcases some of the hottest R&B and neo-soul talent started in Los Angeles in August.

The nightclub served as a perfect backdrop for DeVaughn who opened for Cole. His 30 minute set included putting on a purple cape circa 1970s James Brown performances. However, when Cole hit the stage every woman in the house, and some men, mouthed the words to many of her hits including 'Let It Go','Love' and current chart-topper 'Heaven Sent.'

Along with performances the 'Heineken'sRed Star Soul' concert also awarded members of the music industry with the 'Independent Achiever Award.' Last night's recipient was music industry heavyweight Andre Harrell, who's famous for hiring and mentoring Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and cultivating the career of Mary J. Blige.