Sevyn Streeter to Hit the Road for Debut Album 'Girl Disrupted'

Dennis Leupold
 Sevyn Streeter

Sevyn Streeter's time is inching closer. After dealing with a slew of setbacks regarding her debut album Girl Disrupted, the R&B songbird has finally found her footing and will release her long-awaited project Jan. 17, 2017. 

To help promote the release of her album, she'll embark on her Girl Disrupted Tour, which will kick off Jan. 12 in St. Louis, Missouri. She'll conclude her 19-city trek Feb. 19 in Los Angeles. In addition to her tour, Streeter will provide her fans with a captivating video series that will feature visuals to each song from her project. Each month until the release of her new album, she and her team will drop a new clip from the Girl Disrupted video series. 

So far, Streeter has three singles, including "Prolly" featuring Gucci Mane, "My Love For You" and "D4L" featuring The-Dream. After wowing fans with her Call Me Crazy, But... EP, which featured her Chris Brown-assisted single "It Won't Stop," the singer has been in the studio etching together her debut endeavor.

While perfecting her sound, she was briefly embroiled in some controversy with the Philadelphia 76ers. Last month, the team blocked her from performing the national anthem during their season opener because of her "We Matter" shirt. The shirt highlighted the numerous battles faced by African-Americans in recent times against police officers and initially rubbed the 76ers organization the wrong way. Fortunately, the issue has since been addressed and Streeter will perform Dec. 16 during their home game against the L.A. Lakers, and she'll be wearing her "We Matter" shirt. 

Check out the dates for her new tour below:


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