Nice nugget of an undercover tune "Monkey Money" sung here by Womankind (who happens to also be singer Mankind's sister). While love may be the most popular theme in music, money comes a very close second. 80's Dancehall is flush with artists singing about cash. It has many names — Benjamins, dunza, doh, monkey's, the list goes on — and though the preferred nomenclature may differ from one generation to the next, everybody still wants their equal share. "Monkey Money" was originally released in 1988 under the Food, Clothes & Shelter label run by Dennis Fearon (aka 'Jah D') who's a real treasure when it comes to the foundation of Jamaican music. A rare pearl among many oysters of this musical sea.