Sevyn Streeter
Sevyn Streeter

Sevyn Streeter

About Sevyn Streeter

Since then-10-year-old Sevyn Streeter appeared on Showtime at the Apollo in 1996, the Florida native has made a name for herself as a performer, songwriter, and explorer of R&B’s outer limits. Born in Haines City, FL, Amber Denise Streeter had singing in her sights from her earliest days. In the early 2000s, Streeter—then known as “Ambee”—was a member of the Chris Stokes-helmed girl group TG4. She went solo in the mid-2000s, and in 2007 she joined the Rich Harrison-led project RichGirl and was given the name “Se7en.” Streeter began writing songs for pop-R&B sensation Chris Brown shortly thereafter, amassing writing credits on his 2011 album F.A.M.E. and snagging a feature, as Sevyn, on his 2012 follow-up, Fortune. While writing songs for Brown, as well as artists such as Ariana Grande, Brandy, and Fantasia Barrino, Streeter released singles of her own, including the pensive “Before I Do” and the brooding “Fallen.” Streeter’s 2017 debut album, Girl Disrupted, built on her pop knowledge and curious streak with songs that called back to soul’s past while incorporating modern touches like the stop-start synthetic beats of “Present Situation.” In the years since, she’s released a slew of singles and collaborations that have showcased her forward-thinking approach to making music in the 21st century.

  • HOMETOWN
    Haines City, FL
  • BORN
    July 7, 1986

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