Listen: ‘Conversation’ by Shenna

Shenna Somsmieh, known by her stage name Shenna, is a singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, co-producer, and model who, since the age of seven, has performed in front of thousands across the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Hailing from Woodbridge, Virginia, Shenna’s received some heavy airplay in the U.S and in several countries around the world including Poland, Australia, Ghana, and the U.K. Several of her records (including two from her debut album Made Of Gold) are featured on the 2016 season of Oxygen’s The Bad Girls Club (“You Can’t Sit With Us,” “Made Of Gold,” “So Love”), MTV’s Teen Mom OG (“Control“), MTV’s Finding Carter (“Take Your Time“), and Netflix’s film Miss Stevens (“Made Of Gold”). Shenna’s debut EP, Dream In Color, held the number one spot on Bandcamp in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia market for several months.
An advocate of women empowerment, Shenna exudes the boldness of icons Rihanna and Lady Gaga both in her fashion sense, and music. Her Syrian, African-American, and German back ground has also had a profound influence on Shenna’s artistry.
With technology and social media degrading our ability to develop real life, interpersonal connections with each other, rising r&b/pop sensation Shenna provides some commentary on the matter with her brand new single “Conversation,” released today (7/13/2018) and making its debut on PopDust.

I wrote this song because I feel that a lot of times people avoid telling someone they care about the truth, afraid they will hurt them but in reality it’s hurting both sides by not having a real personal conversation to hash out problems.”  – Shenna

Listen to “Conversation” on SoundCloud:  https://goo.gl/vT6PzU
Stream/purchase “Conversation” on Apple Music/iTunes:  https://goo.gl/5AyXnf
Stream “Conversation” on Spotify:  https://goo.gl/GidEXV
Link to PopDust debut of “Conversation”: https://goo.gl/GLZVS5
“Conversation” comes on the heels of Shenna’s performance at  L.A’s The Mint, her Reebok ad campaign, and the V Magazine debut of the vibrant music video for her high-energy, Bruno Mars-inspired single “Magenta.”