Following up on the success of her 2016 single, "FVRS," Brooklyn-based alt-R&B crooner Moxiie is exclusively premiering the visuals for her newest offering, "Don't See You," through Highsnobiety. The video, directed by Melissa Espinosa, features Moxiie's sultry vocals and a denim-clad array of couples in various intimate positions.

"I met Melissa Espinosa on Instagram four years ago," explained Moxiie. "We both lived in Harlem at the time. Cut to last year, we've all grown a lot. I approached Melissa with the concept for the "Don't See You" music video knowing she would get it. It was important to me that this visual be very clean and emotive. Working with a woman in this capacity was really special to me. The fact that Snyder is also Haitian (like me) was also nice. I reached out to some friends to be in it with me and they really came through. It was one of favorite experiences on a set."

Moxiie has also made a fan out of singer Bebe Rexha who recently sported her immigrant daughter t-shirt during a New York concert.

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