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Shenseea's "Never Gets Late Here" Peaked at #1 on the U.S. iTunes Album Chart

Shenseea's sophomore album tops charts and breaks records, boasting a hidden feature from her son, Rajeiro, and contributions from top Jamaican producers


Shenseea, her sophomore album breaking records


After much anticipation, the undisputed Jamaican dancehall superstar Shenseea has released her sophomore album, "Never Gets Late Here," which combines dancehall with elements of various genres such as pop, rap, R&B, and more.


'Never Gets Late Here' immediately peaked at #1 on the U.S. iTunes album chart, becoming Shenseea’s fastest album to reach that spot in less than 30 minutes. the single 'Work Me Out' featuring afrobeat star Wizkid has reached to #1 on the Nigerian iTunes.



The album features contributions from top Jamaican producers, including Rvssian and Di Genius, whose their songs "Die For You' & 'Hit & Run' have been soaring in the charts for a while now. Additionally, Shenseea received contributions from Chimney Records, Dunwell, Supa Dups, and her Jamaican manager, Romeich Entertainment. The entire project was executive produced by London On Da Track.


The Jamaican songstress boasts a star-studded lineup of top producers and includes a hidden feature on the intro from her son, Rajeiro Lee, on the track "Face Lift." “Don't worry, Mom. Just keep going, okay? Just focus on the next step ahead of you, not the whole staircase,” Rajeiro said during the intro part.



Just hours before the album's official release, and fueled by the surrounding hype, Shenseea crossed the 3 million subscribers mark on her YouTube account. This achievement makes her the first Jamaican female artist to reach this milestone, solidifying her position as one of the most followed artists among Jamaican artists.

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