Jamaican dancehall sensation Shenseea is the latest entertainer to grace the cover of Galore Magazine (April issue), featuring a reptilian aesthetic and her trademark dragon emblem.
The publication highlights the artist’s ability to infuse multiple genres into her music, including pop, R&B, dancehall, and rap while staying true to her culture. In an interview with Galore, Shenseea discussed her writing process and how it varies, sometimes needing a beat to get her creative juices flowing. She also admits to adding reverb to her voice for added effect.
The Jamaican songstress’s debut album, “Alpha,” debuted at No.2 on Billboard’s Reggae Album chart and featured offerings around a myriad of topics, including female empowerment. She is set to perform her newest single, “Curious,” at Coachella and promises fans more “bangers” in the future.
Shenseea believes that women have to do more to prove themselves in the male-dominated music industry and lists Michael Jackson, Rihanna, and Nicki Minaj as her top three musical influences. When it comes to fashion, Shenseea is not afraid to push the boundaries, wearing the most extra and weird outfits that complement her body and make people stare while staying on top of the latest trends.
Despite juggling her music career and being a mom, the ‘Lick’ hitmaker manages to balance it all, except when she has to be away from her son for too long. Her beauty routine involves removing makeup, drinking plenty of water, and occasionally using a scrub. She also stays balanced by going to the gym or eating clean when too busy to work out.
Shenseea’s favourite perfume scents include Louis Vuitton and Bond, which make her feel like an empowered boss.
In closing, the magazine noted that Shenseea’s approach and unique blend of genres make her a rising star as she continues to disrupt the industry and push boundaries.