It may be cuffin' season, but that's not going to stop Sevyn Streeter from getting some things off her chest. Returning with the new single, "Whatchusay," the singer/songwriter boldly and unapologetically scorns a misinformed lover about her sacrifices. "Don't go crying on me now, N***a speak up / How you gon' act like I wasn't in the basement cutting up [More]
Have you been wondering where Sevyn Streeter has been? She's been in the lab cooking up more bops for your musical meal. Sevyn is working on a new project titled Drunken Wordz x Sober Thoughtz. Today (Sept 21), she drops “Yernin,” a new single produced by Kevin “KP” Pridgen, which serves as an ode to 80s R&B/funk trio The Gap Band and [More]
R&B songbird Sevyn Streeter joins rapper Dee-1 for his latest single, "Love Always Wins," a song from the RCA Inspiration signee's debut album, Slingshot David, released in November 2017. The accompanying visual sheds light on social injustice movements like Black Lives Matter, but also puts the spotlight on relationships and having love at the core to keep them elevating. As [More]
R&B artists K. Michelle, Lyfe Jennings, Sevyn Streeter, Ray J along with rapper Boosie Badazz, Love and Hip Hop's Karlie Redd, and Notorious actor Jamal Woolard will share the stage in a new hip hop musical called "Thugs and The Women Who Love 'Em."
In the clip for "Anything You Want," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, and Jeremih, the R&B Beauty throws an unforgettable soiree with some of her closest friends in the industry.
After years of writing for other artists and putting out her own music via EPs and collabs, the wait is over: Sevyn Streeter’s highly-anticipated debut album is here in the form of Girl Disrupted.
After years of solo singles, EPs, collabs, and songwriting for other artists, Sevyn Streeter's full-length debut album Girl Disrupted will finally see the light of day, as there's now a release date on the books now.
Chris Brown and Sevyn Streeter's collab “Parachute" gets the re-release; the song, which dropped a few years ago, is back with a few tweaks.
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Keeping the format similar to the original, Streeter and James still put their own spin on it with unique ad libs and for a stirring love duet. Pretty dope cover!