Stefflon Don cranks up summer heat with ‘Senseless’

Stefflon Don recently became the first ever British artist featured in XXL‘s ‘Freshman Class’ list. She continues to leave her mark on the music industry by pushing out even more material to the masses.

Don has been nominated for the 2018 BET awards’ Best International Act gong.

The London rapper stays flexing on the competition and recently dropped a new single called “Senseless.” Don also co-directed the official music video which has summer bod goals written all over it.

This track follows her “Calypso” collaboration with Luis Fonsi. Earlier this year, Don hopped on Halsey’s song “Alone” with Big Sean. She also previously worked with Mabel and RAYE on the catchy tune “Cigarette.” Don hasn’t released a project since 2016’s Real Ting Mixtape.

Cranking up the heat for the summer, Don takes us to the tropical paradise of Jamaica; gifting fans with a vibrant video in time for the season.

In the video, she embraces her native Jamaican roots as she parades around the exotic location in a full-on range of eye-catching outfits. Don boasts on the track that she has tricks in her bag that no “U.S. gyal” can lay claim to. Based on the video’s sizzling scenes she may just have a point.

The 26-year-old won Best Female at the most recent Mobo Awards and narrowly lost out to Jorja Smith in the 2018 Brits Critics’ Choice category.

Don has not always been known for her talents. She recently apologised for tweets from 2013 saying “dark-skinned” girls would change their skin colour if given the choice.

She initially denied it, but has since posted an apology which has been criticised.

The latest tweet said “sorry if anyone took offence”.

Screengrabs of the deleted tweet, have reportedly been circulating on Twitter.

It calls out “dark-skinned” women “hating on light-skinned” women and says: “Don’t act like if god gave you a choice you wouldn’t change your colour lool”.

TNT Entertainment

Photo Credit: StefflonDonVEVO

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