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Ericka Ilizabeth Streets (2nd July 1985-10th November 2010) was a Kuboian musician, television presenter and actress. She was a prominent figure on children’s television in Kuboia during the 2000s, presenting shows such as Pop and Don't Stop, Get Back at 'Em and Variety Pack, whilst also presenting Wednesday/Saturday morning magazine show Kickstart and annual award show The Nick Go Awards. She also released a total of three studio albums and one biography.

Streets died on 10th November, 2010 at the age of 25 after a successful suicide attempt.

Early life Edit

Ericka Ilizabeth Streets was born on 2nd July, 1985. At the time of her birth, her family was in the middle of a holiday at the Kuboian Borders in South Kuboia. Streets residented for most of her childhood in Fahrbahnin in North Kuboia. Streets has an older brother, Hugo, who was born in 1983, though she did not see much of him during her childhood as their parents split when Streets was four. Hugo moved to Britribute with the father, whilst Ericka stayed in Fahrbahnin with the siblings’ mother.

Streets attended Easternhill Primary School until she was eleven. She temporarily attended Brockroad Academy in 1996, but was expelled after serious anti-social behaviour. Because of this, Streets never accumulated any qualifications in school.

Career Edit

1998 to 2002 Edit

In August 1998, when she was 13, Streets got a job as an Approach School assistant in Green Spot Approach Nursery. When talking about her time in the role in 2004, Streets explained ”I simply loved it. I would play with them, read them stories and sing with them. The kids loved me, the staff loved me. It was just amazing!” Streets remained in the role until her contact expired in June 2001. After Streets felt she was good with children, her mother sent her CV to MTV Networks Kuboia. In January 2002, Streets had an informal interview with Rodrick Miles, who allegedly told her that they weren’t looking for any employees at the moment, but agreed to get back to her if they needed any. So when Nick On The Go was away to be recorded, Streets was chosen to be one of the presenters, alongside Dan Guseo.

In order to keep herself occupied throughout 2002, Streets decided to record her singing some songs she wrote and produced herself. She recorded two songs, called "Shining" and "We're Gonna" in early 2002. Streets spent a few weeks looking for a record label to release the songs on, but failed, so decided to self-release both songs on 9th August, 2002.

Death and legacy Edit

Personal life Edit

Streets was diagnosed with autism when she was a child.

On 23rd August 2008, it was reported that Streets was dating Spy Fandel. Streets said that the two were planning on getting married by 2010 but the plans fell short. The two seperated in April 2010. Shortly after breaking up with Fandel, Streets revealed that she temporarily had a crush on Dan Guseo in 2007.

Gaming Edit

Discography Edit

Main article: Ericka Streets discography

See also Edit


Zara Dawson discography
M I X T A P E S

Wikipedia (2008) Body (2009) I Am Obviously Not A Cat I Am Obviously A WOMAN (2010) Midnight (2011)

E P S

Move Outta The Way (2002) Naked With Clothes On (2006) Is Britney Spears Like Okay? (2007)

S I N G L E S
M W A H A H A H A H A / U N T O L D

"But My Heart Says Otherwise" ft. Ericka Streets, Avril Lavigne and DJ Mala (2009) "On Your Knees" (2009) "OMG" (2010) "Honestly" (2010) "Truly" (2010) "Nope" (2010) "Delicious" ft. Roar (2011)

A L B U M S

Mwahahahahahaha/Untold (2009) Parental Advisory: Explicit Content (2016/2018)

F E A T U R E D A R T I S T S

Avril Lavigne Ericka Streets DJ Mala Roar

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