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Music Video: China Wine

Artisit: Sun AKA Geisha featuring Wyclef Jean, Elephant Man & Tony Matterhorn

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:54

  • Copyright: Sun AKA Geisha featuring Wyclef Jean, Elephant Man & Tony Matterhorn

Music Video For China Wine By Artist Sun AKA Geisha featuring Wyclef Jean, Elephant Man & Tony Matterhorn

Reviews For China Wine By Artist Sun AKA Geisha featuring Wyclef Jean, Elephant Man & Tony Matterhorn

  • YAAAAY!

    5
    By Wet Fortune Cookie
    Love this to death. buy it. only, young bret- how is this racist? its actually racist to say this is racist. whats wrong with black guys being attractted to chinese women? and that quote u found from the song means dirty dancing. honest mistake but still. plus these don't count as black guys cuz ur mixin them up w/ afro americans so don't confuse ppl. these r jamaicans. gawsh darrnnit. :-) . but i agree w/ u saying this is a good song.
  • this is a nice video

    5
    By aaliyahfan
    its funny cause i am in korea now and most koreans dont like people from china and japan! but i think this video is so good, i love when she do the tworling thing with her hands and it look like she bows her head and pray. I can get my hands to move around that damn fast!lol, it look like she doing tie kwon doe!lol
  • Love it!!!!!

    5
    By Govna87
    Love the original "Dutty Wine" by Matterhorn, so for Sun to caloborate with Matterhorn, E. Man and Wyclef is just amazing! Love the song and the video. Can't wait to hear more from Sun. iTunes, hurry up and get "Mr. Bill"!!! P.S. Young Bret, how is Chinese women being attracted to black men racist?! I think you need to look in the mirror buddy!
  • Awesome Video & Song

    5
    By Trevont
    I love both very much....
  • Pure Fu*kery

    1
    By jam8ca
    I just wasted $2.00.
  • Sun AKA Geisha ROCKS THE HOUSE!!!!

    5
    By SuperDuperSmooth
    Love the song ... CRAZY ABOUT THE VIDEO!!! Who directed this??? Sun DOMINATES the screen and this collaboration with Wyclef Jean is just amazing!

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