Sevyn Streeter slightly broke the internet with her version of Tory Lanez's âSay Itâ last month, and to ride off of the popularity of that response/cover, she drops another remix, this time a version of Roy Woods' Drake-assisted song, "Drama."
Over the weekend, Sevyn Streeter tweeted, âI fux with Tory Lanez âsay itâ record. Might need to flip it and give the female response.â Welp, she did just that and this is the result: a dope female response to Lanezâs tune...
Sevyn Streeter digs into the vault and pulls out an unreleased track called âQuarter Pastâ featuring smooth crooner Emanny. The tune (which isnât even mixed) is made for the wee hours of the morning...
Sevyn Streeter will keep her buzz going with the new project, Shoulda Been There Pt. 1, a prelude to her long-awaited debut album, On the Verge.
On the heels of her new single, "4th Street," Sevyn Streeter unwraps another visual, this time for Fast and Furious 7 soundtrack contribution, "How Bad Do You Want It."
In the clip, Sevyn visits her old stomping grounds; her real-life family, neighbors, and friends come out to support their hometown hero with a cookout and Sevyn reminisces about the good old days, even pulling out the dress she wore when she performed the Showtime At the Apollo at 10 years old.
On the biographical song, the singer-songwriter highlight moments in her life where positive people (strangers to family) influenced how she sees the world.
Sevyn Streeter's forthcoming debut album will be loaded with emotions and life experiences. Titled On The Verge, the follow up to her 2013 EP, Call Me Crazy, But..., which arrived at No. 5 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, will include her "thoughts, desires, fears, tears" and more.
Currently riding on her single is âDonât Kill The Funâ with Chris Brown, Sevyn Streeter releases her contribution to the Fast and Furious 7 soundtrack with âHow Bad Do You Want It (Oh Yeah).â
Well! If you were not familiar with Sevyn Streeter's sex appeal, you sure will be now! The R&B beauty launches the music video for her new single "Donât Kill The Fun," featuring and directed by CBE boss Chris Brown, and thereâs a high probability that she will turn more than enough heads.