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New Music: JR Castro feat. YG & Sevyn Streeter – That Sh*t Go (Up-Down)


Following the release of his debut single “Get Home,” which featured Kid Ink and Quavo of Migos, Las Vegas native JR Castro drops a new track with two other industry pals. Titled “That Sh*t Go (Up-Down),” the new cut features west coast rapper YG and songstress Sevyn Streeter.

While YG kicks off the track with his freak nasty lyrics, JR comes in right after and lays down his need for that “good sh*t” on the seductively produced single. Sevyn, who combats JR’s lyrics with her own sultry verse, breaks all the rules laid out before her.

“This is a song about a battle for bedroom supremacy and it definitely looks like I lose out to Sevyn on this one,” Castro said.

JR’s debut EP You, which is executively produced by Timbaland, is being worked on now and he’s spending time in the studio with Wale, Future, Jhené Aiko, and Mike WiLL Made-It.

Take a listen to the track below:

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Sevyn Streeter Says She’d Rather Get Paid From Heartbreak, Sings “Say It” Remix

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Sevyn Streeter has exceeded all expectations as a young girl out of Haines City, Florida. Only after a few minutes of sharing a couch with the singer her genuine and light hearted ora was easily felt as she explained how she ended up with her stage name. Born as Amber Streeter, she gives thanks to her parents Tim and Karen for the name that helped her reach fame. Her mother gave birth to her at seven months, on the seventh month and the seventh day, and since it’s been impossible for her to escape the lucky number and soon just claimed it.

In this exclusive interview with the Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, she tells me how she overcame the struggles of transitioning into a solo artist, and finding balance between fame and reality, and gives the ladies some relationship advice. This past week it was revealed that her relationship with rapper B.O.B is history. No shade, but Sevyn seemed unbothered with the idea of being single and shared how to turn heartbreak into a pay check. When asked how many “get out of jail free” cards do you give a man, she bluntly stated:

“We all have that place that if the right person pushes you, you can go there. You know your limit and the limit is different for every woman, but for me it’s like that limit right before you cause me to hop all the way out of my character. I’m not gonna let you do that!”

Most artists in a vulnerable state, whether it’s a breakup, a tragedy, or new transition will turn to their craft to release the negative energy and create a memorable body of work. Staring directly in the camera she goes on to say: “I’ll write a song about you before I let you do that and I’ll make paper off of you before I let you do that.”

During the interview, Sevyn also shared her thoughts on the separation between women in R&B and her dreams to one day get powerhouses Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Tinashe, Jazmine Sullivan, etc. all in the booth for a new age women’s anthem. It’s been entirely too long since a “Lady Marmalade” esque record has been released and the strongest women in music are responsible to make it happen.

Take a look at the full interview below and watch her sing her remix to Tory Lanez’s “Say It” as well!

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List: Best of September – Top 10 Records


New month, same order of business! Yes, we’re talking about none other than our “Best of” list! While September always brings mixed emotions due to the seasons changing, that doesn’t mean it changes the way we feel about receiving some good ol’ R&B!

Although there were still a few bangers that made us wish Summer was still in place, the transition into Fall has been even easier with the low-key tunes that we’ve been blessed with this month. From the euphoric sounds of Naughty Boy and Beyoncé to the newest party anthem from Chris Brown, September’s round-up is here to add a little heat to your life one last time before the cool air blows in.

Turn up the dial, open up your windows, and get ready for our Best of September – Top 10 Records” below!

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Sevyn Streeter Announces Seven City Tour


Sevyn Streeter will be hitting the road for a mini tour in promotion of her latest EP ‘Shoulda Been There Pt. 1.’ The Atlantic Records songstress has announced her ‘Seven’ city tour “Sevyn Streeter Live” kicking off in November.

The North American trek will find Sevyn hitting major cities including New York, Philadelphia, DC, Los Angeles and more. She will be teaming up with Music Choice for the Los Angeles and San Francisco tour stops to kick off the “Music Choice Presents: Sound Check Sessions.” Sevyn will treat her fans to candid discussions about relationships, love, life, and everything that inspires her music while playing tracks from her current and upcoming EPs.

Most recently, Sevyn released the music video to her fan favorite track “Boomerang” feat. Hit-Boy.

Check out the tour dates below:

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Video: Sevyn Streeter feat. Hit-Boy – Boomerang


Don’t cross Sevyn Streeter, ’cause she’s bound to put you on record. The R&B vixen returns with the second video off her new EP, Shoulda Been There, Pt. 1, for the fan favorite “Boomerang” featuring Hit-Boy.

Shot in black-and-white around various L.A. locations, including the River Basin, Sevyn grinds up against a concrete wall and struts her sexy moves for the camera while calling out her ex for why she left.

Shoulda Been There, Pt. 1 is available on iTunes now.

Rock to it below:

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New Music: Sevyn Streeter – Say It (Tory Lanez Remix)


Sevyn is 2 for 2 this week.

While yesterday brought forward a previously unreleased track featuring Emanny, the songstress has now taken her turn at Tory Lanez buzzing single, “Say It“.  Challenging herself over the weekend by saying: “I fux with Tory Lanez ‘say it’ record. Might need to flip it and give the female response,” Sevyn has definitely accepted and passed the challenge.

Claiming that she’s here to make the ladies proud by talking wild on this sh*t, Sevyn professes her love for the man that she wants so badly. Singing out, “If you say I’m on your mind, you gone need to spend more time to prove it / ‘Cause I want you too, baby,” Sevyn provides her melodic take on the Brownstone sampled song, that has been building in popularity.

She wasn’t the only one to recently cover the song either, Ed Sheeran surprised fans with a unique cover of it over the weekend, uploading his remake to a Soundcloud account named “alright-tory-mate.”

Take a listen to Sevyn’s response below!

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New Music: Sevyn Streeter feat. Emanny – Quarter Past

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Sevyn Streeter may have just recently released her summer EP ‘Shoulda Been There,’ but that hasn’t stopped the R&B vixen from giving fans a little something from the vault.

Digging into her files, the singer/songwriter has liberated the previously unreleased duet “Quarter Past” with Emanny. The thumping track, which is not mixed, is a slow burning bedroom jam. Sevyn and Emanny trade verses professing their desires for a late night lovemaking session.

“Bring your body here (Making love on the way upstairs) / We can do it anywhere (Last call of the night right here) / Inside these sheets,” they sing.

Take a listen below:

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Recap & Photos: BMI R&B/Hip Hop Awards 2015


On Friday night BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) , the global leader in music rights management, presented the 2015 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards, held at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.  The star-studded event celebrates the songwriters, producers and publishers of the most-performed R&B/hip-hop songs of the previous year.

Grammy Award-winning songwriter, composer, producer, arranger and guitarist, Nile Rodgers was honored with the BMI Icon Award for his unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers and his ability to connect people through song.

The evening featured a slew of performances: B.o.B opened with a medley of hits, followed by IloveMakonnen who kept the energy going with “Tuesday.” Backed by music director Rickey Minor, as well as band and Donald Lawrence’s vocals, the high-powered Icon tribute was kicked off by R&B chanteuses Kelly Price covering “Upside Down,” Deborah Cox’s delivery of “I’m Coming Out,” Kathy Sledge and the Company offering a rousing rendition of “We Are Family,” and V. Bozeman’s vibrant version of “I Want Your Love.”  The celebration continued with CeeLo Green’s dynamic performance of “Let’s Dance.”  The night concluded with the top honoree taking the stage to perform fan favorites “Good Times” and “Rappers Delight,” with hip-hop legend Chuck D joining Rodgers.

Additional top honors presented at the awards ceremony: John Legend “All of Me” earned the Song of the Year prize; DJ Mustard was crowned the Songwriter of the Year for penning hits “2 On,” “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” “I Don’t F**ck With You,” “Main Chick,” “My Hitta,” “Na Na,” “No Mediocre,” “Paranoid,” “Show Me,” and “Who Do You Love?.” DJ Mustard also won the coveted Producer of the Year award for the second year in a row, while Universal Music Publishing Group accepted the prestigious Publisher of the Year crystal for having 18 of the most-performed songs from the previous year. BMI also recognized top producers Kanye West, J Cole, Jim Jonsin, Michael “Finatik” Mulé and Isaac De Boni.

BMI President and CEO Mike O’Neill and Vice President, Writer/Publisher Relations, Atlanta, Catherine Brewton shared the evening’s hosting duties with R&B artist and actor Ray J.

Check out photos and video footage below:

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