RichGirl were a four-member group assembled with the assistance of Rich Harrison, the producer/songwriter behind Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love" and Amerie's "1 Thing." Like most of the artists with whom Harrison collaborates, RichGirl kept one foot in contemporary R&B and the other in pop. Brought together from four different states across the U.S., vocalists Audra (California), Brave (Maryland), Seven (Florida), and Lyndriette (North Carolina) signed with Jive, through Harrison's Richcraft boutique label, in 2007. The group debuted in 2008 with "24's," a low-slung Southern-touched single -- an elegant spin on Destiny's Child's Harrison-produced "Soldier" -- featuring Bun B, but it surprisingly stalled at number 92 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. Just as they set out on tour, as the opening act on the summer 2009 North American leg of Beyoncé's tour in support of I Am...Sasha Fierce, they issued their second single, "He Ain't with Me Now (Tho)." Their debut album was scheduled for release by the end of that summer, but only a mixtape surfaced prior to the group's disbandment. Most notably, Seven achieved commercial popularity as a songwriter and solo artist under the name Sevyn Streeter. Lyndriette resurfaced in the Kelly Rowland/BET-fostered June's Diary. ~ Andy Kellman
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