Sevyn Streeter’s “It Won’t Stop” sounded like a hit since its May release. A song dedicated to the feeling of being in love and the man she’s loving, it had a relaxed bassline and convertible imagery that seemed like the perfect fit for summer ’13. But it didn’t pop until the winter, shortly after Chris Brown (whose “Fine China” she had helped write) jumped on the remix. And instead of adding a verse of his own, he sang harmonies that turned the song into a duet unlike anything else on the radio. Tonight, Streeter, who got her start in producer Rich Harrison’s RichGirl, a cult favorite, comes to S.O.B.’s, where she’ll be singing a few tracks off her “Call Me Crazy, But . . .” EP and possibly some material that might appear on an upcoming LP.
Mon., March 24, 8 p.m., 2014