RichGirl were a four-member group assembled with the help of High Harrison, the maker/songwriter at the rear of Beyoncé’s “Crazy in Like” and Amerie’s “1 Point.” Like the majority of of the performers with whom Harrison collaborates, RichGirl held one feet in modern R&B as well as the additional in pop. Brought collectively from four different says over the U.S., vocalists Audra (California), Daring (Maryland), Seven (Florida), and Lyndriette (NEW YORK) authorized with Jive, through Harrison’s Richcraft shop label, in 2007. The group debuted in 2008 with “24’s,” a low-slung Southern-touched solitary — a stylish spin on Destiny’s Child’s Harrison-produced “Soldier” — offering Bun B, nonetheless it remarkably stalled at amount 92 on Billboard’s Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Singles graph. Just because they lay out on tour, simply because the opening work on the summertime 2009 UNITED STATES calf of Beyoncé’s tour to get I Am…Sasha Fierce, they issued their second one, “He Ain’t beside me Today (Tho).” Their debut record was planned for discharge by the finish of that summertime, but just a mixtape surfaced before the group’s disbandment. Especially, Seven achieved industrial popularity being a songwriter and single artist beneath the name Sevyn Streeter. Lyndriette resurfaced in the Kelly Rowland/BET-fostered June’s Journal.