Sevyn Signs Solo Deal with CBE/Atlantic Records

  /  08.11.2012


After stints in two groups, Sevyn is ready to embark on her solo career. The R&B singer-songwriter has inked a deal with CBE/Atlantic Records.

Sevyn (previously spelled Se7en) was formerly a member of the R&B girl groups TG4 (“Virginity”) and RichGirl. Soon after, Chris Brown came calling and signed her to his CBE label (She is featured on three tracks off Fortune). Last week, she officially joined the Atlantic Records roster and is prepping her solo debut through CBE/Atlantic.

“HOME SWEET HOME!!!!!!! GREATEST DAY EVER!!!!! #CBE ATLANTIC,” tweeted an excited Sevyn. “Thank you sooo much to everyone for ALL of the congrats on my Atlantic deal!!!! FOR THOSE WHO DON’T ALREADY KNOW….GOD IS REAL!!!!”

She is already deep into recording her first album. “I have so many songs recorded. It’s gonna be really, really great,” she told Rap-Up TV.

She also added a major credit to her résumé by co-writing Alicia Keys’ “New Day,” calling it “one of the most amazing experiences of my life.”


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