Shenseea Performs At Rolling Loud New York – See Photos and Watch Video

Dancehall superstar Shenseea represented Jamaica once more on the international stage with a high-energy, impactful performance on Saturday at the 2022 Rolling Loud music festival in New York.

Shenseea started off the performance with one of her hit collaborations, “Blessed” featuring American rapper Tyga which was well-received by party patrons who sang along word for word. Proud to represent her country and heritage, she invited Jamaicans in the crowd to swear by shouting the local expletive, ‘bombocl**t’.


A tribute was also done whereby one of the popular singles, “Fever” by dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel, was recited by the artiste to which a raving crowd chanted lines from the song without no hesitation.

More so, this is Shenseea’s fourth time appearing at a Rolling Loud music festival with her first performance being in 2021. She shared the stage with international artistes such as A$AP Rocky, the featured entertainer of the night, as well as Lil Baby, Busta Rhymes, Kevin Gates, and Soulja Boy among many others.

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Meanwhile, when it comes to fashion, there is no doubt that the “ALPHA” woman would not disappoint. She stepped out stunning the stage wearing a pink and black leather crop top corset, matching pants, and black boots while holding a small pink bag.

With her hair in a sleek long ponytail, dark shades and diamond jewellery, Shenseea’s overall look was indeed a showstopper and a representation of her evolving fashion sense since her exposure to the music scene in 2017.

See another photo of Shenseea’s iconic look below:

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Watch Shenseea’s full performance at the 2022 Rolling Loud New York below:

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