Shenseea And H.E.R. Hints They’re Working On New Music

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A post shared by? Both clad in joggers, tees, and kicks, the two artists posed with wide smiles and appeared to be getting on quite well. “YASSSSSSS the collaboration we didn’t know we needed but CANNOT WAIT TO HEAR!!!” another ecstatic fan wrote. In the latest R&B meets dancehall music exhibit, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter H.E.R. wrote, “Blasiana x 2” alluding to her and Shenseea’s Asian and African descent. Some are already projecting that they could very well be working on the biggest hit of Shenseea’s career or at least the first to land her on the coveted Billboard charts. is teaming up with dancehall sweetheart Shenseea for a collaboration that is guaranteed to be a hit. took to Instagram to share a photo of her and Shenseea on a couch in the studio. and Shenseea apparently have new music coming and fans are elated. H.E.R. Clearly taken with the music culture in Jamaica, H.E.R. In the comments, Shenseea fueled the fire writing, “We’ll soon let them know what it’s gon’ be! (@shenseea)

Fans are, of course, thrilled to hear that the two are cooking up in the studio and can only imagine the banger that is afoot. “I already know this is gonna be a banger,” one fan assured. In the caption, H.E.R. has already collaborated with the likes of Grammy Award-nominated Jamaican singer Skip Marley. (@hermusicofficial)

Facebook SHENYENG? Are you excited to hear this collaboration? The R&B crooner is known for doing vocal justice to the deep lyrics that she pens. Perhaps responsible for some of the biggest crossover hits, this particular fusion of musical styles has historically been very successful. Their smash hit song “Slow Down” topped the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay chart and is nominated for a Grammy this year. and Shenseea haven’t dropped a release date yet or even a hint as to what kind of track they could be working on but it already seems like a recipe for a hit. H.E.R. View this post on Instagram

A post shared by H.E.R. In the mean time, we doing our thing,” she said. Dancehall and R&B have presented in several mashups in the past, and the two genres have molded quite well together.