It Won't Stop

Album: Call Me Crazy, But... (2013)
Charted: 30


  • Sevyn Streeter is an American recording artist and singer–songwriter, who was formerly a member of the girl groups TG4 and RichGirl before signing a solo deal with Chris Brown's CBE imprint. Streeter was known as Se7en when she was part of RichGirl and as Sevyn when she supplied backing vocals on Brown's Fortune album, most prominently on "Party Hard / Cadillac").

    Streeter has also developed a successful career as a songwriter. Her writing credits include a number of songs for Chris Brown, such as the hit singles "Yeah 3x" and "Fine China" as well as Ariana Grande's breakthrough tune,"The Way."
  • This was released as the second single from Streeter's debut solo EP. It was helmed by Philadelphia producer Diplo, who has provided the soundscape for a number of Pop hits, including Usher's "Climax" and Beyoncé's "Run the World (Girls)." Chris Brown jumped on the song's remix.
  • The music video for the remix was directed by Chris Brown. Breezy also appears in the clip along with NBA player Dorell Wright as Streeter's love interest.


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