NEW ALBUM: SHENSEEA | ALPHA
Shenseea has released her debut album "Alpha" that features collaborations with American rappers Tyga, 21 Savage, Offset, Megan Thee Stallion, and Jamaican deejays Beenie Man and Sean Paul. The Jamaican dancehall rapper and singer Sean Paul is featured on the single “Lying If I Call It Love,” while Beenie Man comes through on “Henkel Glue,” and Migos rapper Offset; on the single “Bouncy.” The project is a joint venture headed by Rvssian, who reportedly produced most of the 14 tracks in the set. "R U That" with 21 Savage, "Lick" with Megan Thee Stallion, and her 2019 hit "Blessed" with Tyga have already been released. Deemed a fast-rising act in dancehall, Shenseea has been set on taking her talent to the world stage. Just five years ago, as a breakout star in Jamaica, the proud mother of one predicted she would become an international artist. “It’s always been a dream for me,” she tells Girls United. “Every journalist back then asked me, ‘In the next five years, where do you see yourself?’ It’s been five years. It’s time for me to do what I came to do.” Since capturing the Caribbean’s attention with her Vybz Kartel feature “Loodi” in 2016, the now 25-year-old has hit several milestones. First dancehall artist signed to Interscope Records, first Jamaican artist to hit the Rolling Loud stage, and first female dancehall artist out of Jamaica to make the Billboard Hot 100 in 17 years are a mere few that sparkle on her resume. In addition, Shenseea was rumoured to have recorded music with Drake and a possible collaboration with Chris Brown.