Shenseea inks deal with Campari Caribbean as brand ambassador, making it her third corporate deal for 2017.

artist has recently got herself another corporate partnership.

The fast-rising singjay was assigned as a regional ambassador for Campari Caribbean.

This is the Jamaican artist’s third deal for 2017. She also signed with Pepsi Jamaica and Flow, earlier this year.

Shenseea took to Instagram on Friday (Oct 27) to announce the news to her 482K followers.

“So happy to share the news of being another brand ambassador for the third company this year 2017!” she wrote.

“First FLOW, PEPSI and now CAMPARI I am the first ever Jamaican Artiste to represent the brand for the entire Caribbean Region and I am a 21 years old Female!!!”

While sharing the scoop, Shenseea advised women to “never underestimate” themselves because of gender.

“Women can do it big too, never underestimate yourself because of your gender, so grateful to God for he has blessed me in every way the more fight I get is the more he elevates me ❤️ I love Corporate and Corporate loves me big up me team,” she added.

Shenseea Signs Deal With Campari Caribbean

Her manager, Romeich Major, made an official statement on his Instagram while revealing that artist has “much more in store for her fans.”

“Another contract locked up by Romeich Entertainment the beautiful and talented Shenseea is now regional Ambassador for Campari Caribbean,” Romeich announced while highlighting Shenseea’s new deal.

“So proud to be apart of this artist career because she as so much instore for her fans and so much great music to release for 2017,” he indicated.

Shenseea is the first ever regional female ambassador and Jamaican artist for the alcoholic liqueur, according to Romeich.

He also asserted that the “Loodi” artist is first ever for a female Dancehall artist to acquire three major deal in one year. 

3 MAJOR deals in one year FIRST ever female Artist to do that, and first ever regional female ambassador for.

Shenseea is currently in the Bahamas, where she is making her first official performances on the Caribbean island for their annual Oktoberfest activities over the weekend.

She is scheduled to make appearances as the regional face of Campari’s Carnival campaign, which is also a partner of Oktoberfest.

“Bahamas is going to be an amazing experience, and I hope all of my fans are ready for something completely different from my sets. You know that anything Campari is involved, everything is #BitterSweeterBetter, so I’m excited to be collaborating with the brand. Take regular Shenseea and multiply by 10, and that’s the kind of energy I’m working with for The Bahamas,” said Shenseea.

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