Sevyn Streeter shares new visual for “Guilty” featuring Chris Brown and ASAP Ferg
The track is expected to appear on ‘Drunken Wordz x Sober Thoughtz.’
Back in February, the lovely Sevyn Streeter teamed up with Chris Brown and A$AP Ferg for her “Guilty” single. She now returns to provide an accompanying visual for the sultry track. In the new luxurious video, Sevyn is seen draped in red as she spends time trying to make up her mind about which lucky man deserves her time:
I know we in love but not with each other, no, and we don’t mind/ ‘Cause you’re still mine, ooh, babe if we keep it up (up) then maybe these two wrongs might make it right/
But don’t tell nobody we ain’t looking to hurt ‘em (hurt ‘em) so good that we doing ‘em dirty (dirty)/ I won’t say no, I can’t say no, oh, oh his calls, I’ve been ignoring (ignoring) / We up all night until the morning, I can’t say no
It’s been about four years since Sevyn Streeter blessed the world with her debut album Girl Disrupted, which saw 13 tracks and additional features from The-Dream, Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih, Wiz Khalifa, DeJ Loaf, August Alsina, Dave East, and Cam Wallace. Since then, the Floridian star has released some loose singles, including “Yernin,” “Whatchusay,” “HMU,” and “Kissez” — all of which were expected to appear on the long-awaited sophomore follow-up Drunken Wordz x Sober Thoughtz.
In September, A$AP Ferg released his latest body of work Floor Seats II, which originally saw 10 new tracks from the Harlem star and features from Diddy, Marilyn Manson, Tyga, Mulatto, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Fivio Foreign, and more. Floor Seats II follows last year’s EP Floor Seats. Chris Brown has definitely been in a collaborative spirit, as he also recently joined A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Yung Bleu, and Mooski for “Track Star (Remix).” He also dropped a collab track “Come Through” with H.E.R. Most recently, PnB Rock recruits Pink Sweat$ and Swae Lee for his new “Forever Never” track.
Be sure to watch Sevyn Streeter’s brand new music video for “Guilty” featuring ASAP Ferg and Chris Brown down below.
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