SEVYN STREETER TURNS UP THE HEAT WITH MULTIPLE SEDUCTIVE PERSONAS IN
HER NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “D4L (feat. The-Dream)”
R&B SONGSTRESS’ DEBUT ALBUM, GIRL DISRUPTED, OUT EARLY 2017!
“D4L |noun | The act of pleasing one’s mate and knowing when to switch that shit up”
Sevyn Streeter unveiled the seductive and hypnotic visual for her latest song, “D4L (feat. The-Dream).” The striking video premiered exclusively via Billboard, with the publication heralding the video as “sultry”. The character-heavy video sees Sevyn exploring multiple sweet and sexy personalities, including a dominatrix-like figure, a sultry teacher, and a confident “Kitty”.
Alongside The-Dream, Streeter teamed up with Grammy award-winning producer/songwriter Tricky Stewart, to produce the infectious track.
The song’s compelling visual marks the third video feature in Sevyn’s GIRL DISRUPTED video series. The series will premiere a dynamic visual each month alongside the release of a new song from the debut album, leading up to its release in early 2017.
MORE MUSIC FROM SEVYN STREETER COMING SOON.
GIRL DISRUPTED ARRIVES EVERYWHERE EARLY 2017.
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Sevyn Streeter has cemented herself as a rising R&B star with the success of her solo EP “Call Me Crazy, But…” which debuted at number 5 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. “It Won’t Stop” feat. Chris Brown, the lead single from the EP, proved itself to be a true phenomenon, topping Billboard’s “Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay” chart for 9 consecutive weeks, while climbing both Billboard’s “Hot 100” and “R&B/Hip Hop Songs” chart. Sevyn was also featured in the critically acclaimed soundtrack for Furious 7 with her song “How bad do you want it”. In addition to making her mark as a solo artist, Sevyn is a GRAMMY nominated and 3-time ASCAP award winning songwriter who has been called upon by a remarkable roster of top studio superstars, including Timbaland, Swizz Beatz, Babyface, and many others, with tracks featured on albums by both industry icons and successful newcomers such as Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige, Ariana Grande and Alicia Keys.