Jamaican dancehall star Shenseea to visit Kenyan in January

Jamaican dancehall star Shenseea to visit Kenyan in January

Shenseea at The Rolling Loud Live Performance Oct 2021.

  • The ‘Lighter’ hitmaker said as of January, she will take a long trip to Kenya and get to enjoy some more African food.
  • The Jamaican artist, had promised that she would visit Kenya through a Tweet posted on Nov 8, and added that the visit would be worth the wait.



Chinsea Lee, better known as Shenseea, a Jamaican dancehall artist, has confirmed that she will visit Kenya in January 2022.

Although she had received a few offers, the 'Lighter' singer said on Instagram live on November 29 that she would be taking a long trip to Kenya in January and getting to sample more African cuisine.

“For Kenya, I got a couple of offers, but…hopefully I’ll be there in January, I think after resting for so long I wanna go to Kenya first, take a long trip, eat some more African food…” Shenseea said.

In a tweet on November 8, the Jamaican singer stated that she would visit Kenya and that the trip would be worth the wait.

“Kenya, I see y'all! I promise I'm coming soon! My visit will be worth the wait.” Shenseea Tweeted.

Shenseea's meteoric rise to fame has seen her collaborate with artists like Tarrus Riley, Vybz Kartel, Swae Lee, Young Thug, and most recently, Kanye West's new album 'Donda,' for which she was nominated for a Grammy for Album Of The Year at the 64th Grammy Awards.

Shensea now joins a list of artists who have performed in Kenya since President Kenyatta announced a lift of the countrywide daily curfew on October 25, that  saw  the cessation of movement lifted. 

Other artists that have performed in Kenya include:  Etana, Omah Lay, Adekunle Gold, Black Coffee, Uncle Waffles. Scores others are scheduled to perform in the country this December