Trudii Harrison: ‘Black Voice'


Reggae singer Trudii Harrison has just released a visual for the song 'Black Voice.'

The song is a clear critique of the political police violence that Black people face. Images from the protests against police violence---in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd---can be seen throughout the video. The singer also issues a call for Black people to continue fighting police violence and racism.

On a Facebook posting the singer is described this way: "Trudii Harrison is a Jamaican singer and songrwriter who hails from Browns Town in the parish of St. Ann. She began singing in competitions as a child, and later pursued her love of music as a cabaret performer at hotels on Jamaica's North Coast. In 2020 she was signed to CKM Infinity Studios owned and operated by California based Trinidadian musician and producer Cliff Manswell."

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