Single Release: Shenseea – Blessed feat. Tyga
It’s a big day for dancehall with the news of ‘Jamaican Dancehall Princess,’ and rising artist, Shenseea signing to Rich Immigrants/Interscope Records, a joint venture headed by acclaimed Jamaican producer Rvssian. The twenty-two year old celebrated the signing by releasing her debut label single titled “Blessed”. The summer ready track featuring Tyga comes with an equally scintillating music video — for which Shenseea is known for across the Caribbean diaspora. Watch the Arrad directed music video here: http://smarturl.it/BlessedVid.
The empowering single was co-written by Shenseea and produced by an all star cast helmed by Rvssian (Bad Bunny, Vybz Kartel, Sean Paul), Theron and Stephen McGregor (Drake, Nelly Furtado, Shakira). Discussing the inspiration behind the track, Shenseea had this to say: “I’ve always shared my gratitude to God and my supporters, I am blessed and grateful for them; and I think this song expresses that, not only for me but for others too. It’s an empowering and confident song for everybody, I hope my fans will hear this and learn to love themselves for who they are and reflect more on their blessings all while enjoying the sound of good music.”
Speaking on Shenseea signing to Interscope, EVP Joie Manda added, “Interscope always strives to work with artists that can move culture on a global scale. Shenseea is already doing that. She represents Jamaica in a loud and truly authentic voice. We couldn’t be any more pleased to partner with her and Rvssian. Many artists go to Jamaica to learn culture, Shenseea teaches it.”
A seasoned live performer, Shenseea has toured across the world including a European tour with dancehall superstar Sean Paul. This summer she will add one of New York’s hottest summer parties to her tour routing when she hits the Moma PS1 Warm Up stages on July 20th alongside Smino, Boogie, Everyday Ppl and more.
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