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"Music is emotional. Your job is to make people feel something.
The best way to do that is to sing and speak from something they've personally been through. That's where I write from," Amber ‘Sevyn' Streeter says.
Sevyn Streeter has cemented herself as a rising musical sensation. Having most recently dropped a new collection of music titled Shoulda Been There Pt. 1, Streeter takes her fans through a musical journey of 13 tracks, which include the Chris Brown assisted single, “Don’t Kill The Fun,” plus additional hits “Boomerang” with Hit-Boy and the lead title track, “Shoulda Been There" featuring B.o.B. With her full-length album in-the-works, Sevyn refers to Shoulda Been There Pt.1 as “the prelude or an appetizer before the main course”. She adds, “If I experience it, I write it, and I make a song out of it. And that’s what these records are…so I just kinda want to let y’all into the last year and a half of my life and let’s talk about it." Streeter joined forces with longtime friend and co-collaborator, Chris Brown, on her smash single, “Don’t Kill The Fun”. The upbeat, party-starting track is being celebrated as one of the most “feel-good” songs of 2015. The colorful companion video- which was directed by and features Chris Brown – has over 8 million views on YouTube to date. Following the success of “Don’t Kill The Fun”, Sevyn dropped an additional single, “4th Street” which serves as an uplifting tribute to her family in her hometown of Haines City, Florida. The keyboard-led track sees the 29-year-old recounting a number of personal stories involving friends and family. Check out the heartwarming video here. In addition to releasing singles from her own catalog, Sevyn was recently featured on the critically acclaimed soundtrack for Furious 7 with her song “How Bad Do You Want It”. The heavy-hitting, club banger has quickly proven to be a fan favorite with the companion video garnering nearly 8 million views since its debut.