Not too unusual. It's not pressure on the trachea, it's pressure on the carotid arteries and/or vasovagal stimulation from holding your breath and exerting. Keep your shoulders up a bit in the clean/jerk rack position to help keep blood flowing to your dome, and release some air as you stand in the clean - just enough to avoid the vagal stim but keep your trunk pressurized.
Greg explained it way better than I could!! Just for comparison, I had this happen during training with a 60kg clean, when my max was closer to 95-100kg. So, it can, and does, happen with just about any weight.
Gary Valentine, a local coach, took a look at the video and noticed that I'm shooting my hands out too wide when readjusting for the jerk. This is preventing me from keeping my shoulders up and the bar up off my neck.