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No More Monkeys

Shot on the beaches of Trinidad, this is a music video of Asheba's irresistible Caribbean version of the popular children' song "No More Monkeys".
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filmmaker: PUTUMAYO World Music

country: Trinidad and Tobago

channel: music

rating: PRO

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