Sevyn Streeter Releases ‘Prolly’ Video
Amber Denise Streeter, better known to her fans as Sevyn, is back on the scene and finally ready to release her long-awaited debut album. In anticipation of Girl Interrupted, which is expected to be released later this year, Sevyn has unveiled the video for the album’s debut single, Prolly. The visual was helmed by director Mike Ho, and features Sevyn in a post-apocalyptic type environment, filled with lots of hot guys and plenty of mayhem.
With her tour set to kick off on Monday, Sevyn Streeter is hoping to drum up some buzz with her latest single Drama. The tune is a remix of Roy Wood$’ single of the same name, and is expected to be a part of Sevyn’s set list.
Via Instagram, Sevyn told fans she’ll be performing the single live on tour, and that depending on fan response, she might even make a video. “I’m hoping you guys really dig this,” Sevyn wrote. “If we get enough streams the label will shoot a video.”
Singer-songwriter Sevyn Streeter has announced a seven-city tour to kick off next month in support of her upcoming debut album, On the Verge.
Sevyn’s tour will begin November 2 in Philadelphia, and make stops in Baltimore, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and San Francisco before finally wrapping up in Sacramento on November 22.
On the Verge still has no officially release date, but with the success of her latest single Shoula Been There, Sevyn told fans via Facebook it shouldn’t be much longer.
Sevyn Streeter Unveils Social Media Driven Lyrics Video for New Single
Sevyn Streeter and B.O.B have teamed up for the singer’s latest single Shoulda Been There. The track is the latest to be released from Sevyn’s upcoming EP Shoulda Been There Part 1 which is due to be released digitally on July 17.
Sevyn unveiled the lyrics video earlier today, which intersperses live images of her and B.O.B with social media themes like tweeting and liking photos.