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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Shenseea

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Shenseea

  • Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about Dancehall artiste Shenseea. See the full list inside!

Shenseea (pronounced ˈs(H)en,ˈsee,ˈēə) born Chinsea Lee, entered into Jamaica’s music scene with “Loodi,” her 2016 collaboration with Dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel.

In 2019, after signing with Interscope Records, she released a “Blessed” featured the American artist Tyga, and recently she was featured on “IDKW” by Rvssian with Swae Lee.

“At the moment, I’m trying to infuse my dancehall genre with pop music, but at the same time I cannot do it straight,” she revealed in an interview with Teen Vogue about blending her Jamaican patois with mainstream American lyricism.

Shenseea’s work ethic is, evidently, beyond reproach. The 23-year-old singer, who has already had shoutouts from A-listers 21 Savage, Cardi B, and Drake, is currently recording a full album.

She has secured multiple corporate sponsorship deals with companies such as Flow Jamaica, Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, and Campari Caribbean.

This list, compiled by Hype Life Magazine, reveals 10 things you may not know about Shenseea.

Shenseea Idolizes Rihanna

Rihanna surprised Shenseea when the Bajan pop star went live on Instagram while lip-syncing to “Blessed.” Watch the video here!

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Shenseea has since revealed that she is a big fan of Rihanna.

“I grew up listening to Rihanna 24/7. And now she’s listening to me,” she told The Guardian in an interview in January.

“I’ve been singing her songs ever since she came on the scene,” she told The Face.

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