Sevyn Streeter has her buzz going in the streets and online. Currently on her "Girl Disrupted Tour," the Atlantic Records R&B songstress releases the new song, "Fallen," featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Cam Wallace.
DJ Carisma pays homage to Queens in his remix of DJ Khaled's "Do You Mind," a single from his popular album, Major Key. For his "Queen Mix," Carisma taps Sevyn Streeter, Dreezy, Siya, and Lyrica Anderson while leaving Nicki Minaj's verse intact from the original song.
The beautiful Sevyn Streeter will finally release her Atlantic Records debut album, 'Girl Disrupted,' on January 27, 2017. The project is preceded by several songs and visuals including the The-Dream-assisted 'D4L,' 'My Love for You,' the Gucci Mane-assisted 'Prolly,' and the Singersroom favorite 'Before I Do'
After documenting the ordeal on social media and getting a public apology from the 76ers organization (which consisted of announcing she would get another chance to sing) Sevyn finally got a re-do.
Sevyn Streeter gives us a flashback of the golden era with the simplistic music video for her latest single, "Before I Do." In the sensual clip, the R&B beauty mesmerizes the camera with intimate movements from her bedroom. Get it Sev!
Sevyn Streeter continues to heighten anticipation around her forthcoming debut album, Girl Disrupted, with the release of the new record, ‘Before I Do.’
Two Atlantic Records newcomers will go head to head on Jan. 27, 2017. We've just announced that Kehlani's debut album, 'SweetSexySavage,' will arrive on that date and now it has been confirmed that label-mate Sevyn Streeter will also drop her first album on the same day.
The Atlantic Records R&B singer has announced the "Girl Disrupted Tour" for early 2017. The U.S. trek will launch on Jan. 12 in St. Louis, Missouri and hit several big cities, including Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Houston before wrapping Feb. 12 at The Roxy in Los Angeles.
Sounds like the Philadelphia 76ers organization have decided to make it up to Sevyn Streeter. Over the weekend, Streeter and the Sixers have announced that she will have the chance to perform the national anthem again at the Dec. 16 home game against the Los Angeles Lakers...
The Philadelphia 76ers organization issued a public apology on Friday (Oct. 28) to R&B singer Sevyn Streeter over the controversy surrounding their last minute decision to bar her from performing the national anthem over the shirt she wore.