Sevyn Streeter, Chris Brown, and A$AP Ferg Unite on 'Guilty'

  /  02.11.2021

Sevyn Streeter and Chris Brown reunite on their ’90s-inspired collaboration “Guilty” featuring A$AP Ferg.

Over a familiar sample of Total’s “Can’t You See,” the two sing about their secret relationship (“Sneakin’, creepin’, leavin’ hotel rooms”), while Ferg blesses the track with a verse.

“Guilty” follows Sevyn’s single “Kissez” with Davido, which dropped in October. She is now readying Drunken Wordz x Sober Thoughtz, the follow-up to her 2017 debut Girl Disrupted, and has also been in the studio with Diddy working on new music.

Sevyn was formerly signed to Chris’ CBE Entertainment label. The two previously worked together on hits including “It Won’t Stop” and “Don’t Kill the Fun.”

In addition to collaborating with Sevyn, Breezy can be heard on Post Malone signee Clever’s new single “Rolls Royce Umbrella.”


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