|Posted by Admin on September 6, 2021 at 1:45 PM|
How Shenseea rise from being a bottle girl to landing two spots on Kanye West’s landmark album, Donda?
In her meteoric rise to international dancehall fame, Shenseea has transcended the telling tiers of a success story expeditiously. From the vantage point of everything she has achieved already, it is quite easy to forget that it was only five years ago that the dancehall star exploded onto the scene with her Vybz Kartel-assisted breakout hit “Loodi.” At the time, many doubted the prospect of her longevity on the podium in the dancehall arena, having had the dancehall mogul aid her initiation. However, Shenseea has proven time and time again that she can not only stand on her own but is a force to be reckoned with.
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. The same age many of her former co-workers would have been when she was a bottle service and promo vixen just a few years ago.
Her start in the entertainment industry commenced with a thin-figured Chinsea Lee clad in promotional agency-branded attire and roaming parties with liquor and champagne bottle sparklers. Never one to shy away from her hustle, the superstar has recounted her early days in the industry on a number of occasions. In a November 2020 interview, Shenseea said she actually enjoyed working as a promo girl and was one of the top workers for Romeich Entertainment and even became highly requested by patrons. Romeich Major kept her on even after the release of her first single, “Jiggle Jiggle,” and her breakout hit “Loodi” later that year.