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Shenseea Drops Her Cover of Bob Marley's Iconic 'No Woman, No Cry'

The dancehall star puts her unique twist into the timeless reggae classic. 'Hit & Run' surpassed over 10 million views

Shenseea, brings her twist to the table (Photo: Getty Images)

Amidst the global excitement surrounding the debut of the film 'Bob Marley: One Love,' dancehall star Shenseea has unveiled her rendition of the reggae icon's timeless classic, 'No Woman, No Cry.'

Injecting her distinctive flair and velvety vocals, Shenseea delivers a rendition that melds the beloved reggae anthem with hints of pop and electronic influences.

Reflecting on her decision to cover Bob Marley's seminal 1974 track, Shenseea remarked, "It's such a powerful song. speaking about what people are going through", she expressed. "I'm so honored to be singing that song", the Jamaican singer added.

Released in conjunction with the aforementioned film, the single showcases another facet of Shenseea's artistry, following the success of her hit single collaboration 'Hit and Run' with Masicka, which amassed over 10 million views on YouTube within 20 days.

Meanwhile, the dancehall luminary has ascended to fourth place among Jamaican artists in terms of YouTube subscribers, boasting a remarkable 2.76 million followers, surpassing even the legendary Shaggy. Notably, she stands as the sole female artist on the list.


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