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Stefflon Don 16 Shots Official Video



Then very rapid cutting to the beat occurs as the tempo of the music begins to increase. Onscreen it appears to be flashing with various shots including a long shot of her silhouette, to a medium close up of her walking soon progressing to a close up of her just her face. Not only is the pace of the editing rapidly changing, the tension created is increasing as the audience are left intrigued to see what will follow in the narrative of the music video.




Stefflon Don 16 Shots Official Video


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At 4:10 the music ends with an echo effect which signifies more of a lasting impact on the audience than if there was the sound effect of a gun shot because the tension created throughout the whole music video, exemplified through the inter-cutting of shots would not feel resolved in the ending.


On October 20, 2014, McDonald, a 17-year-old African-American youth, was murdered by Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke. The police department initially ruled that the shooting was justifiable self-defense. More than a year later, police dashcam videos were released to the public, showing that McDonald was walking away from police officers when he was shot 16 times. There had been a cover-up of the actual events by members of the police department and various government officials. This caused widespread outrage at a time of national reexamination of the relations between police departments and minority communities. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel fired police commissioner Garry McCarthy, Cook County state's attorney Anita Alvarez was voted out of office, and Emanuel himself decided not to run for reelection. Jason Van Dyke, the police officer who shot McDonald, was found guilty of second degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery. These events also led to an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice, and a consent decree for a federal judge to oversee numerous reforms of the Chicago Police Department.[5] 041b061a72


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