Sevyn Streeter has penned massive hits for Chris Brown, Brandy, Kelly Rowland and Alicia Keys, but now the singer-songwriter is going out on her own with a new EP called “Call Me Crazy, But…” The seven-song EP chronicles the ups-and-downs of a relationship from falling in love to the demise of a couple.
The last song on her EP is called “nEXt” and focuses on a girl’s desire to continually want her ex when she knows they are detrimental together.
In the video, she showcases that theme explicitly. Sevyn is the lead role in the music video and features Kid Ink as her ex-boyfriend. Throughout the video she struggles with a nasty breakup minutes before she goes live on television. Soon, she rebounds with a taken man before realizing her ex-boyfriend is who she ultimately desires.
Sevyn Streeter is currently promoting her EP with no tour dates in the near future.
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