Stefflon Don joins Shenseea for new “Rebel (Remix)”
The new version comes paired with an animated visual.
It’s always great to see two women team up for a much needed remix, and Shenseea and Stefflon Don are the latest to satisfy the need. The two linked up to deliver the official remix of “Rebel,” and they even released an animated visual to enhance the experience.
The new release follows a slew of dope loose cuts from Shenseea last year, including “The Sidechick Song,” ”Wasabi,” ”Good Comfort,” “Sure Sure,” and “Bad Alone.” In addition to her own drops, Shenseea could also be found on songs like Masego’s “Silver Tongue Devil” and the Rvssian, Swae Lee, and Young Thug collaboration “IDKW” in that same time frame.
Shenseea’s “Don’t Rush” freestyle quickly received critical acclaim on social media, which many likening her approach to that of Nicki Minaj and even earning praise from the likes of Safaree Samuels and Missy Elliott. The response is reminiscent of Shenseea’s show-stealing appearance during the most recent BET Hip-Hop Awards, which saw her trading bars with Skip Marley, Koffee, Beenie Man, and Bounty Killer.
In Stefflon Don-related news, she recruited Tiwa Savage and Rema back in February for her “Can’t Let You Go (Remix).” That track follows a a few singles from Stefflon, including “Move,” “Take Off” with Kojo Funds,” “Don Walk” with Rymez, “Phone Down” with Lil Baby, and “Hit Me Up” — she’s also made fairly recent appearances on tracks like Wiley’s “Boasty,” Kash Doll’s “How It’s Done,” JP Cooper’s “The Reason Why,” and “Link Up” with Geko. Currently, she’s said to be working on her official debut LP.
Her last full-length project, SECURE, made landfall in 2018 and saw 16 cuts with additional appearances from Future, Tiggs Da Author, Fekky, Haile, Sean Paul, Popcaan, Sizzla, and DJ Khaled. 2018 was also the same year that Stefflon joined the likes of Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, JID, YBN Nahmir, and Trippie Redd as members of XXL’s highly touted Freshman class.
Be sure to press play on Stefflon Don and Shenseea’s brand new “Rebel Remix” down below.
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