At the start of the novel Sister Mine by Nalo Hopkinson, one of the characters, Makeda, is looking for a new place to live. A certain Milo rents out "units" in what he calls "warehouse living" and shows Makeda what the facilities look like. Makeda thinks to herself,
I'd heard about his kind. He was just your average slum landlord. I kissed my teeth in disdain. Milo blinked at the sound, but clearly didn't know what it meant. Any one of my relatives would have, on either side of the Family. Hell, any black person pretty much the world over would have known it.
This act of kissing teeth also occurs frequently in Hopkinson's novel Midnight Robber. The Urban Dictionary describes it as follows:
The act of kissing teeth (kmt) means to express disapproval[,] contempt, or dissatisfaction with a situation or person by making a sound through the act of sucking air through one's teeth.
Oft performed by people from the Caribbean.
The Jamaican Patwah dictionary describes it as follows:
To make a hissing sound from one’s mouth, usually to signal irritation or annoyance. (In Jamaica, hissing one’s teeth is normally followed by a round of expletives.)
However, after reading these descriptions, it's still not clear what it exactly looks and sounds like. I am looking for a description or other type of resource (e.g. a video) that is sufficiently clear to help me reproduce this action.