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Alicia Saldenha | Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air)

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Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air)

by Alicia Saldenha

Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air) is a rap song and a call for solidarity in fighting racism; it is the first single from the Lady A Project, a dynamic mix of rap, electronic dance music and Tropical electronic dance music or TDM.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air) is the new, hard-hitting single by Lady A aka Alicia Saldenha.

The song is an indictment of the police brutality constantly claiming the lives of black and brown people in the United States and around the world. The subtitle, Hands in the Air, references the online protest movement born after the 2014 police shooting of Michael Brown, an 18 year-old African American, killed while unarmed and with his hands raised.

Alicia Saldenha, born in the Caribbean twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is well-known as a jazz, soul and funk singer in Japan, with two albums, Rose (with indigo jam unit) and Dance with the Sun (her solo project) under her belt.

Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air) launches the Lady A Project, featuring Saldenha's edgier side, original rap, electronic music and Caribbean dance music, which she calls TDM or Tropical Electronic Dance Music.

Can You See Me? (Hands in the Air) is a protest song as well as a call for solidarity across borders in fighting racism, institutionalized discrimination and hatred.



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