At the tender age of ten, Sevyn Streeter performed on a stage most performers wait their entire career to get to: the Apollo Theater. She sang “My Funny Valentine” in the legendary theater’s amateur talent show.
From the age of 11 into her teenage years, she sang gospel in a touring vocal group with her extended family in her home state of Florida. At 15, she got her first taste of success on a national stage, touring as part of the girl group TG4.
Obviously, Streeter has wasted no time getting her music career off the ground, becoming a GRAMMY winner at 25 who continues to widen her performance and songwriting repertoire to R&B, pop, gospel and beyond.
“I’ve always had a love for music in general,” Streeter said.
That broad love and versatile talent for music has helped make Streeter a successful behind-the-scenes songwriter in R&B and pop today, penning tracks and a few hits for the likes of Ariana Grande, Brandy, Kelly Rowland and Alicia Keys, to name a few. It’s been a long time coming, but she’s finally focusing on her solo career with the release of her debut EP Call Me Crazy, But….