Sevyn Streeter recently returned home to Haines City, Florida and was awarded the key to the city. Now, as the second release off her forthcoming debut album, On The Verge, the R&B singer/songwriter visualizes her return to where she grew up in the video premiere of “4th Street.”
Reuniting with family and friends in the feel-good video, Sevyn looks through old photos in her childhood bedroom with her mother and visits the local corner store before hitting up a block party. She even pulls out the dress she wore as a child on “Apollo Kids.”
“Out of all the songs on my album it’s the one closest to my heart!” said Sevyn. “Everyone has at least one person in their life that doesn’t want anything from you, they just wanna make sure you good! They’re the ones who make all the assholes we encounter irrelevant! #4thStreet is the street I was raised on, the people in the video are the ones who grew up there with me & the ones I name at the end of the song are the angels who had a hand in molding my life! #4thStreet people are just ‘good ass people!’”
Sevyn’s debut album On the Verge is due this year featuring the Chris Brown-assisted single “Don’t Kill the fun,” “Fallen” with Ty Dolla $ign, and a duet with August Alsina called “Been a Minute.”
Watch her brand new video below!
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