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Sevyn Streeter Talks “Prolly,” New Album ‘Girl Interrupted,’ & More on ‘The Breakfast Club’

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No stranger to The Breakfast Club, Sevyn Streeter sat down with one of our favorite morning shows on Tuesday, and didn’t shy away from any of the questions the crew threw at her.

In case you’ve been wondering if Sevyn is ever going to drop her album, you can stop worrying today. On the morning show, she announced that her debut, which is now titled Girl Interrupted, is set to drop sometime at the top of 2017. While the Street Team waits for her full-length project, she’ll be dropping a new song and/or visual every month leading up until the album’s release.

Sevyn’s new single, “Prolly” featuring Gucci Mane, is the first track in her series of songs that will be dropped each month in anticipation for her album debut. In speaking of how the collaboration between Guwop and her came to be, she stated, “I’m from Florida. I’m from the south. We just always loved him. I was excited. I had the record done and I wanted some energy brought to song.”

Taking a moment to brag a little bit about raking in that coin, Sevyn talked about how important songwriting is for her. She spoke on how difficult it is to choose between keeping songs for herself and selling them to other singers in order to help her bring in regular revenue and survive. Though she’s known for writing hits, she admits that she can’t write a good song without living and genuinely experiencing life. She says, “You can have a gun to my head and I’m not going to rush and put out a song.”

Somehow we’re sure her album will be well worth the wait. Check out the full interview below.

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Video: Sevyn Streeter feat. Gucci Mane – Prolly

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It’s a riot, and Sevyn Streeter is holding court.

After debuting her Gucci Mane-assisted new single last Thursday, the R&B vixen returns today with the Mad Max-inspired music video for “Prolly.”

The sexy singer struts through a post-apocalyptic type setting with bikers and muscle-bound men at every corner. In other scenes she performs through distorted video screens, commanding attention while singing the unapologetic turn-up anthem.

“Did I go too far tonight? / I don’t know, Prolly / Did I almost start a fight? / I don’t know, Prolly / Are these n**gas tryin to f*ck, I don’t know, Prolly,” she sings before Guwop delivers his hologram-esque cameo. Gucci chooses to be more definitive with his verse rapping, “The way I figure, ain’t no prolly, I’m that ni**a.”

Streeter opened up about the clip in an interview with The FADER.

“Though I’m definitely a fan of Mad Max, I honestly can’t take responsibility for this creative vision,” she said. “I gotta hand it to my director Mike Ho! He turned the feeling and vibes I had while writing ‘Prolly’ into reality! I knew the song was unapologetic, raw, and edgy and he created a treatment/environment that brought it to life!”

“Prolly” is the first in a new monthly video series leading up to Sevyn’s debut album Girl Interrupted. Due early next year, the project will feature guest spots from DeJ Loaf, Ty Dolla $ign, August Alsina, and Dave East over production from the likes The-Dream, Sean Garrett, and Bangladesh.

Check out the video for “Prolly” below.

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Watch: Sevyn Streeter Releases Teaser for “Prolly” Music Video with Gucci Mane

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Less than a day after debuting her brand new single “Prolly,” R&B vixen Sevyn Streeter is gearing up to premiere the Gucci Mane-assisted single’s “edgy” music video, directed by Mike Ho.

Ahead of Monday’s release, Sevyn has teased the industrial, static-filled clip.

There’s even more to come. “Prolly” will kick off Streeter’s upcoming video series, consisting of a new song and video every month.

This all leads up to the release of her long-awaited debut album, Girl Interrupted, due in early 2017.

“Prolly” is available on iTunes now. Peep the video teaser below.

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New Music: Sevyn Streeter feat. Gucci Mane – Prolly

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Sevyn season is in full effect.

If you’ve been waiting on the young beauty known as Sevyn Streeter to drop some new heat for the streets, then you can finally be at ease. Delivering the brand new single, “Prolly,” the songstress calls on her label mate, and newly freed rapper, Gucci Mane, to drop a few bars on the hot production.

Singing out: “Don’t blame me for my design / When you find me, you’ll find a good time,” Sevyn calls out to all her freaks. While Gucci lets the city know, “I’d rather hear ‘free Gucci’ than R.I.P.”

Fans of Sevyn can expect a visual to the song soon, and her debut album shortly after.

Take a listen to “Prolly” below.

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Beyoncé’s New Artist Ingrid Makes Introduction with Sevyn Streeter-Featured “Flex”

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Beyoncé is prepping her own surprise album release, along with her world tour, and brand new apparel line Ivy Park. So, why not do more right?

The superstar is continuing to build her company Parkwood Entertainment with a roster of exciting new artists, including the up-and-coming Texas native Ingrid.

Making her official premiere with the new single and video “Flex” featuring Sevyn Streeter, we take a trip through her Houston neighborhood in the Kevin Calero-directed visual.

“Reporting live from the Third Ward,” the Parkwood MC beams with hometown pride on the melodic track. “Never been nowhere before, water park was a firehose, D boys posted at the corner / All n*gros, amigos, Zo’s and the Rastas / We got goals we want more, dreams of designer / Street n**ga mentality, got to get it by any means,” sings Sevyn.

Check it out below.

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Watch: Sevyn Streeter Performs “Just Being Honest” in Acoustic Video

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Cozy up to the sweet sounds of Sevyn Streeter and her cute acoustic performance video for “Just Being Honest,” off her last EP Shoulda Been There Pt. 1.

In the color graphic animated visuals, the singer-songwriter and guitarist Chris Payton rise with the sun, performing the stripped-down track in a bedroom. Overlooking a beautiful view, Sevyn sings about her ex in the intimate and relaxed setting.

“Loved strippin ‘Just Being Honest’ down with just a guitar,” she said. “Feels so good when your ex tries to come back around.”

Sevyn is still hard at work on her anticipated Atlantic Records debut album, which is expected later this year.

Check out her latest video below.

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ThisisRnB Presents: 16 Albums To Sweat In 2016

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2015 was truly an excellent year in music, and it may seem hard to top, but looking into 2016 we are remaining optimistic.  While last year saw the surprise comeback of music icon Janet Jackson, return of powerhouse female vocalists Jazmine Sullivan, Tamia and Jill Scott, along with a monster crossover by The Weeknd, there is plenty more to look forward to this year.

With R&B continuing to reach vast audiences of varying age groups, tastes and styles, there will be something for everyone once again in 2016.

An exciting class of newcomers, lead by the likes of Kehlani and Tory Lanez, bring some of the most anticipated debuts. Strong 2nd and 3rd albums are expected by some of the already established current stars like Tinashe and K. Michelle, while anticipated comebacks by veterans like Usher, Tweet, and the Queen Bey will surely top most fans sweat list.

Get a sneak peek into the albums that we are most excited to see and hear this year, with our “16 Albums To Sweat in 2016” below!

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Sevyn Streeter Gives Fans Acoustic Performance of “Love In Competition”

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Right in time for the New Year, Sevyn Streeter gives us something new from something a little older.

Lifted from her Shoulda Been There Pt. 1 EP that was released last year, the talented songstress flexes her vocals one time with an acoustic performance of “Love In Competition.”

Backed by a single guitar player, Sevyn sings out about another woman possibly catching the attention of her man. Sevyn’s debut album – and hopefully the follow-up to the aforementioned EP – is set to see its release this year.

Take a look at her performance below:

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