Dancehall princess Shenseea, known for her lyrical freestyles, has dropped another song, this one titled, ‘Beama,’ where she seemingly sends a message to those questioning her international space on the musical scene.
Often ridiculed for sharing that she wants to delve into another genre than dancehall/reggae, the ‘Blessed’ singer seems unphased by the comments made by many Jamaicans about her disregarding the culture. Seemingly, the freestyle shared is aimed to make it known that she broke barriers in the music and has made a name for herself as the baddest female entertainer living in the US from Jamaica.
“Toughest rasscl**t Jamaican in the United States of America,” the start of the freestyle says.
It then transitions to her signature line, “A Shenseea!”, then continues “Drop WR f*ck a Beama. Grass green but me still hustle fi mek it greener, more cheese pan me bread it look like pizza.”
Spitting lyric after lyric, the dancehall sensation mixed the tone of the freestyle by transitioning between patois and Rap, showcasing her versatility. She also complimented the hard-hitting tune with a sexy brown and black outfit and a Jamaican bandanna around her neck.
Watch Shenseea’s freestyle below:
The post shared to Shenseea’s Instagram reel has garnered over 160K likes and 5,000 comments in a few hours. However, some of the comments are questioning Shenseea’s choice of words where she says, “Bitches look like lump, say your grace lets eat,” and have been asking if it is a direct hit to Jamaica’s crowned Queen of Dancehall, Spice, real name Grace Hamilton.
See some of the comments below:
Most recently, Spice made history as being the first Jamaican-born female in the last five years or more to sell over 80,000 units in album sales in the US for her album ‘10‘.
Shenseea’s freestyle comes days after the Queen of Dancehall herself posted this accomplishment on her Instagram page. This article which was written by YardHype, made mention of her notable achievements, as well as her ranking as the top Jamaican female entertainer with the most charted entries on Billboard’s Reggae Albums Chart since its inception.