Singer/Songwriter Sevyn Streeter Takes A Radio One Fan To Prom

Songstress will award one lucky fan from a Radio One market with a once-in-a-lifetime prom experience




Check out Sevyn Streeter’s current single “IT WON’T STOP” feat. Chris Brown:

Radio One in partnership with Atlantic Records, announced that they awarded one lucky fan with a once in a lifetime prom experience with CBE/Atlantic Records recording artist Sevyn Streeter. Cleveland-area high schools were eligible via local Radio One station WENZ.

The R&B star will gave the winning fan $1000 towards their prom expenses, a ride in a limousine to and from the prom venue and perform live at their school. Fans had to register at the WENZ website to be entered into the contest.  The grand prizewinner was drawn on Friday, April 25, 2014.

Radio One enthusiastically partnered with Atlantic Records to cosponsor this campaign. We are excited to offer a winner and a guest this once in a lifetime experience with Sevyn.  I am sure they will never forget that Radio One and Atlantic records made this happen,” says Jay Stevens, SVP of Programming of Radio One.

Sevyn, an accomplished singer/songwriter, released her debut EP “Call Me Crazy, But…” on December 3, 2013 to rave reviews catapulting her to the top of music charts. Always thinking of her fans first, she wanted to give back. “Prom is one of those nights you look forward to from the moment you step foot in high school,” says Sevyn Streeter. “From what to wear, to how you arrive, and who you go with…THERE’S NOTHING LIKE IT! Being able to share such a special night with my fans makes me feel honored! It will definitely be a night to remember.”



Sevyn Streeter has cemented herself as a rising R&B star with the success of her solo EP “Call Me Crazy, But…” which debuted at number 5 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. “It Won’t Stop,” the lead single from the EP, has proven a true phenomenon, topping Billboard’s “Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay” chart for 9 consecutive weeks, while climbing both Billboard’s “Hot 100” and “R&B/Hip Hop Songs” chart.  In addition, the “It Won’t Stop” companion video – directed by and co-starring GRAMMY® Award-winner Chris Brown, with a special guest appearance by Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorrell Wright – is a YouTube smash, earning more than 26 million views thus far at Sevyn’s official YouTube channel,

In addition to making her mark as a solo artist, Sevyn also co-wrote some of last year’s hottest singles, including Chris Brown’s “Fine China,” Tamar Braxton’s “All The Way Home,” Kelly Rowland’s “Gone,” and Ariana Grande’s chart-topping hit, “The Way (Feat. Mac Miller).”

Sevyn Streeter is a 3 time ASCAP award winning songwriter who has been called upon by a remarkable roster of top studio superstars, including Timbaland, Swizz Beatz, Babyface, and many others, with tracks featured on albums by such icons as Chris Brown, Mary J. BligeandAlicia Keys.

Tunnel Vision (Explicit) – Justin Timberlake [VID]

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Official music video by Justin Timberlake performing Tunnel Vision. (C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment


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‘Tunnel Vision’ Returns to YouTube


The video ban on JT’s newest single is lifted from YouTube.

YouTube and Google have a strong history of banning videos quickly and swiftly. When it comes to controversial material from musicians, they have an obligation but sometimes artistic expression goes beyond just algorithms. With Justin Timberlake’s newest single, ‘Tunnel Vision’ off of the 20/20 Experience became a perfect example of that.

After initially yanking the video quickly after it surfaced, it looks like the tech giant has gone back on their algorithmic banning approach.

“While our guidelines generally prohibit nudity, we make exceptions when it is presented in an educational, documentary or artistic context, and take care to add appropriate warnings and age restrictions,” a YouTube representative said in a statement, via E! Online.

Google has come under fire in the past for their “un-biased” approach to certain situations. With this reversal, we may see the flood gates open with more and more content that comes with the explicit warning. “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke featuring Pharell and T.I. definitely proves these videos can be highly successful.

JT embarks on a summer tour with Jay-Z that kicks off July 17 in Toronto to promote this first album in seven years.