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"Shoulda Let You Go"

Keyshia Cole's newest video filmed in Turks and Caicos. Explore the beaches as Keyshia sings her pain away in the tropics. You too can be here as well.

filmmaker: RyanHobbs1

country: Turks and Caicos Islands

channel: arts & culture

rating: PRO

views: 8784

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