Global music icon and world-class dancehall entertainer Shenseea could be the next A-list international star to visit Kenya.
Jamaican musician Shenseea hints at Kenyan tour
Popcaan, Konshens, Charlie Black and now Shenseea...we're not ready!
The rapper dropped the hint via a Twitter post on Monday November 9 teasing her fans that she will come to Kenya as soon as possible.
Since her debut song Loodi with Vybz Kartel in 2016, Shenseea has been one of the fast-rising dancehall stars and DJs out of Jamaica.
Her collaboration with Sean Paul on the song Rolling played a big part in increasing her visibility internationally.
She has also proved herself with strong and flowing lyrics while in London on shows with DJs like Toddla T and Seani B.
Despite the fact that her fans still await her highly-anticipated freshman studio album, Shenseea remains one of the top dogs in dancehall music with her decorated discography of singles, music videos, and international collaborations.
The deejay has accomplished far more than a majority of artists have, with far less at the opportune young age of 24 years old.
In 2017, when she did an interview with popular Jamaican host Winford Williams for the entertainment talk show OnStage, Shenseea declared that in five years, she would be an international recording artist.
She went further to predict that she would be traveling so much it would be hard to call one place home.
It would be quite accurate to say the elite dancehall star hit the nail on the head with her forecast, as her resume today proves that she has manifested this and much more.
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