Kashief Lindo: “I Can't See Your Face”

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The following recently released visual is for the song "I Can't See Your Face" by Reggae singer Kashief Lindo.

The "I Can't See Your Face" visual is a video montage that illustrates and encapsulates many of the problems Black people face particularly in an American society where white supremacy and institutional racism are fundamental foundation pillars.

Throughout the visual images of the Ku Klux Klan, slavery, lychings, voter suppression, Reparations, police harassment and murder of Black people are shown.

For example, the song repeatedly references 9 minutes and twenty-nine seconds which is the length of time former officer Derek Chauvin kept his knee in George Floyd's neck as he murdered him. The video includes footage of Lt. Caron Nazario, Eric Garner, Daniel Pantaleo, George Floyd, Alton Sterling, Walter Scott, Michael Slager, Darren Wilson, etc.

Kashief Lindo is the son of Jamaican guitarist and producer Willie Lindo, who produced "I Can't See Your Face."

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