Shezzie: "Don't Let It"


Photo: Shezzie

Today, London Reggae singer Shezzie released the following visual for the song "Don't Let It."

The song was written some 35 years ago by Reggae Lover's Rock singer Kofi (Carol Simms), who along with Shezzie (Pauline Catlin) and Caron Wheeler, of Soul II Soul fame, were members of the important Brown Sugar trio group. "Don't Let It" is being released now as a tribute to Kofi--as well as to the Black Lives Matter Movement.

The video features two sculptures of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

Read more about Shezzie on her website.

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