Singer-songwriter Sevyn Streeter is burning up clubs and Urban radio alike with her debut solo single ‘I Like It’. The first from a host of R&B bangers the former Richgirl is crafting for her yet-titled solo LP, the tune has been winning her a host of new fans since its unveiling a few months ago.
Undoubtedly hoping to keep such buzz afloat, the soaring songstress has taken to her Youtube to share acoustic covers of some of her favorite songs. As today’s entry sees Miss Streeter take to task Aaliyah‘s ‘I Care 4 U’ reared radio hit ‘Come Over’, tuck in below to tell us if she did it justice:
If ever there was a musical act with 9 lives it would be Sevyn Streeter.
Indeed, after making her mark with groups TG4 and Richgirl, Streeter is now riding down the solo path – looking to carve her name atop Billboard by her lonesome with hits like “I Like It” from her forthcoming solo LP.
Chatting exclusively to That Grape Juice, the singer-songwriter (who has lent her pen to hits for the likes of Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Brandy, and more) talks about crafting her own debut album, working with R&B bad boy Chris Brown his new album ‘X’, and so much more!
Rick Ross, Sevyn Streeter, Omarion (Maybach O), and Luke James were just a few of the names tapped to entertain the fashion forward fans at the 2013 BET ‘Rip the Runway’ showing (which aired moments ag0).
Hosted by model/actor Boris Kodjoe and ‘Kisses Down Low’ diva Kelly Rowland, viewers were treated to yet another show-stopping collision of fashion and music brought like only ‘Rip the Runway’ can bring.
As many a Chris Brown fan will attest, Sevyn Streeter has been an integral component of his material in recent times. Indeed, the singer-songwriter and former member of RichGirl has lent her pen to hits for the Pop star. She’s also crafted tracks for the likes of Alicia Keys and Brandy.
Now, Streeter is breaking out solo – serving up her first offering ‘I Like It’.
With the ball rolling on her promotional push, the stage blazer stopped by BET’s 106 & Park to introduce the cut’s accompanying video along with Brown.