Sevyn Streeter Adds Feminine Touch to Cover of Bryson Tiller’s ‘Don’t’
Sevyn Streeter is switching things up on her cover of Bryson Tiller's "Don't." For the third installment of her "Streeter Switch" series, the singer adds a feminine touch to Tiller's popular track featured on his TRAPSOUL album.
Instead of following Tiller's original, in which he tries to convince a girl to drop her guy and start dating him instead, she convinces a guy to leave his lady. "Lately you said she's been killing the vibe / Can't turn no hoe to no wife," Streeter sings. She lists some poignant reasons for her crush to leave his girl as well. "She don't even care if you get your nutrition / She don't cook nothing up in your kitchen."
A look around Twitter finds the general consensus to be in favor of Streeter's flip. "Love your version of it!" wrote one fan. "Man @sevyn Ate This Bryson Tiller "Don't" Joint The Best Remix I've Heard To This Song," read another.
In the "Streeter Switch" series, she takes "popular male records" and adds her own "feminine touch and perspective." She's also covered "Drama" by Roy Wood$ featuring Drake and "Say It" by Tory Lanez.
Check out Sevyn Streeter's version below and let us know your thoughts.
Listen to Sevyn Streeter's "Don't (Bryson Tiller Remix)"
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