• SAMOAN NATIONAL ANTHEM - SAMOA TULA'I

    SAMOAN NATIONAL ANTHEM - SAMOA TULA'I

    Sing along with the Mua I Malae children from the Aoga Fa'a Samoa in Grey Lynn and learn the Samoan National Anthem - 'Samoa Tula'i'

  • PESE O LE TATAU

    PESE O LE TATAU

    Tatau is one of our most precious cultural taonga and this song of Samoa's ancient tatau legend is a beautiful celebration of this age old art.  This version of the tatau song by Mema Wilda was commissioned for the film 'Marks of Mana"

  • MY ENDLESS LOVE - Valerie Veiao & Rudolph Daniel

    MY ENDLESS LOVE - Valerie Veiao & Rudolph Daniel

    Valerie Veiao performs this beautiful Cook Islands song accompanied by Rudolph Daniel on the ukulele. The song 'My Endless Love' was composed by Papa Turoa Taia also known as Mr Taia, the original lead singer of the Tongareva 5 band.  The song was released on their first album entitled 'My Endless Love'. Valeries grandfather, the late Metua Tangikore Paoo was a member of Tongareva 5.  Papa Turoa composed this song about his first love and it refers to the bible verse Psalm 42:1 to describe his love for her. The bible verse is used as a metaphor to describe his love like one’s love for God. This song is loved by Cook Islands people but holds special significance to people from Tongareva ( aka Mangarongaro or Penrhyn) in particular.   {{12283}} Valerie's mother Marion says of the song "My family, from our late grandmother and especially my beloved parents, we grew up listening to Tongareva 5 rehearsing every week in our garage and this song was sung through many of our family occasions even at my parents funerals.   {{12285}} My Dad was the eldest member of Tongareva 5 seen as their mentor/teacher and was the first and only member of Tongareva 5 to pass away where they all came to show their respect to him at his funeral in 2015.  Ultimately this song was my Mum and Dad’s love song like many Cook Island couples and now that they’re resting in God’s loving arms, it’s our love song and our children and next generations to come." 

  • COOK ISLANDS NATIONAL ANTHEM - JOHNSON RAELA

    COOK ISLANDS NATIONAL ANTHEM - JOHNSON RAELA

    Johnson Raela performs the Cook Islands national anthem 'Te Atua mou e' (“God is Truth”) which was written by an amazing Cook Islander - Sir Tom Davis aka ‘Papa Tom’ with words by his wife, Pa Tepaeru Terito Ariki. 

  • PACIFIC MEDLEY - TONE 6

    PACIFIC MEDLEY - TONE 6

    Enjoy this stunning Pacific medley performed by this group of talented young people - Tone6.   Sing along with them and learn the words! Katakiri (Maori Waiata)  Music Composed By Nainz Tupa'i A friend of Nainz had asked him, if he could put a melody | tune to these words.  For Maori, these words are said at the opening of a speech, and he was taught this by Scotty Morrison.  Ka takiri ake nga haeata o te ra ki te whenua, i te rawhitit, ka awatea Ka hauku a papatuanuku ka ngaru e te whenua ko ranginui e tu i ho nei ko papatuanuku, e takoto ake nei "SAMOAN Worship Song - Viiga" Words Written By Talosaga Puletiuatoa Music Composed By Nainz Tupa'i Si’i a’e le fa’afetai i le Atua O lo tatou matai Ia fa’ane’ene’eina Ma avatu pea lona vi’iga Fa’amoemoe ua taunu’u O le la’au o le ola O le Atua o Sapaota E pa’ia, e pa’ia ona fofoga E pa’ia, e pa’ia ona fofoga . "E OTUA" - Tongan Baha'i Prayer 'E 'Otua tataki au Fakaulo 'ae maama 'i hoku loto Pea ngaohi au koe fetu'u ngingila Ko koe 'ae malohi moe mafimafi. . OGO NA NOQU MASU - Fijiian Hymn Oqo na noqu masu meu masu ka niu se gadreva Meu seretaka sara Na yacai Jiova REPEAT Haleluya Haleluya  mai vakahaleluya mai vakahaleluya Haleluya vua . Ko Tonuia - Tokelau Song written by Tioni Vulu Ko tonuia Falefitu Nonu ma alo i falefa Takoto kava i faleiva Ko palega o fenua Tokelau O O O O Tokelau O O O  Tokelau O O O O Tokelau O O O

  • KATINIA - EMILY MULI ft IVAN FUIMAONO & JUNIOR SOQETA

    KATINIA - EMILY MULI ft IVAN FUIMAONO & JUNIOR SOQETA

    Talented musician Emily Muli performs an old school Tongan classic "Katinia" for us accompanied by Ivan Fuimaono & Junior Soqeta. The song was composed by the late Queen Salote for her second son the late Tu'ipelehake when she appointed him as a Governor of Vava'u in 1949.

  • SILENT NIGHT / PO MALU - SWISS & JERRY-MOSES ROEBECK

    SILENT NIGHT / PO MALU - SWISS & JERRY-MOSES ROEBECK

    Swiss performs his rendition of a classic Christmas Carol 'Silent Night' in both English & Tongan accompanied by musician Jerry-Moses Roebeck.  Enjoy!   Follow along and learn the words.

  • LE PO PA'IA (Oh Holy Night) - TREE VAIFALE-MANU ft NYSSA COLLINS & JERRY-MOSES ROEBECK

    LE PO PA'IA (Oh Holy Night) - TREE VAIFALE-MANU ft NYSSA COLLINS & JERRY-MOSES ROEBECK

    Enjoy this beautiful rendition of 'Le Po Pa'ia' (Oh Holy Night in Samoan) performed by Tree Vaifale and accompanied by Nyssa Collins & Jerry-Moses Roebeck. Follow along and learn the words.

  • Loimata e Maligi - Te Vaka

    Loimata e Maligi - Te Vaka

    Opetaia Foa'i wrote this song in memory of the 19 young girls who lost their lives when a fire broke out in the Motufoua boarding school on the island of Vaitupu, Tuvalu in 2000. Vai Mahina performs both the original song and the MOANA version with Sulata Foai-Amiatu & Matthew Ineleo.  Disney's MOANA version is under the name 'An Innocent Warrior' and the lyrics are different

  • 'EIKI KOE 'OFA 'A'AU - HIMI 114

    'EIKI KOE 'OFA 'A'AU - HIMI 114

    Nonga & Sisi'uno sing this beautiful Tongan hymn which talks about love for God being deep like the ocean.

  • WE ARE SAMOA - FA'ANANA JEROME GREY & TINIFULOA GREY

    WE ARE SAMOA - FA'ANANA JEROME GREY & TINIFULOA GREY

    Fa'anana Jerome Grey and his son Tinifuloa perform Jeromes own original & classic song, which many Samoans have embraced as their unofficial anthem - 'We are Samoa'  Sing along with the lyrics below ... WE ARE SAMOA   Our Samoa, The Greatest place of all She is green and blue lush with beauty And hearts are pure as gold Touch someone with tears of joy Touch someone with smiles of love Oh! What happy feelings From such happy people We are Samoa People from the sun We are Samoa And our heritage lives on Teach world humanity and hospitality We are Samoa And we trust in Thee Samoa, e pele oe I si ou fatu O le a ea se mea e ao ona fai E tautua ai mo oe O sasae ma sisifo e tasi O le viiga lea I le lagi Aiga ma nuu taitasi Tuu mai lou aao Ta pepese faatasi Uso Samoa Fanau mai le la Uso Samoa Manumanu I le upega A oo I nuu ese le loto alofa Samoa mo oe Samoa mo Le Atua

  • Ana Latu - Josh & Nox

    Ana Latu - Josh & Nox

    Nox & Josh from Tutu on the Beach in Tonga perform their rendition of a classic Tongan childrens lullaby made even more popular by the Mate Ma'a Tonga team.  

  • KALIPOLI NA by Lata Ma'u & Sione

    KALIPOLI NA by Lata Ma'u & Sione

    Popular Tongan sad love song about unrequited love performed by Lata Ma'u & Sione.    

  • FAKAFOKI AU - Nofo Lameko

    FAKAFOKI AU - Nofo Lameko

    A Tuvaluan rendition of the gospel classic 'Take me Back' sung by Nofo Lameko and his cousins Esela and T.

  • 'Ilonga ha taha - Indira

    'Ilonga ha taha - Indira

    A stunning accoustic rendition of this traditional Tongan Methodist hymn 'Ilonga ha taha! Joined by guitarists Sefa and Pos, let the beautiful voice of Indira take you back to CHURCH!

  • TONGAN NATIONAL ANTHEM

    TONGAN NATIONAL ANTHEM

    The Tutu on the Beach boys share their beautiful rendition of the Tongan National Anthem. Learn the words and sing along with them.

  • FELUTENI - General Fiyah ft Charlie Pome'e, Barry & Chamaney

    FELUTENI - General Fiyah ft Charlie Pome'e, Barry & Chamaney

    General Fiyah performs a classic Tongan love song made popular by Poly reggae stars Siaosi & Fiji - Feluteni. He's joined by his Uncle Charlie Pome'e (Lead singer for Three Houses Down) and their friends Barry & Chamaney.

  • FUNGA SIA - Charlie Pome'e

    FUNGA SIA - Charlie Pome'e

    Charlie Pome'e from Three Houses Down performs a beautiful Tongan song which talks about memories of his home island Tonga made popular by Ulise Pole'o

  • 'Purotu oki koe e' - Uriarau

    'Purotu oki koe e' - Uriarau

    A beautiful Cook Island song performed & covered by Henry Ahfoo Taripo and Anania Browne. The song was originally composed by Raemaki Karati.

  • Teu Hiki a Hoku Le'o - Josh & Nox

    Teu Hiki a Hoku Le'o - Josh & Nox

    Nox & Josh from Tutu on the Beach in Tonga perform their rendition of 'Teu Hiki a Hoku Le'o' a beautiful gospel song about the love of God.

  • The Tonga Sisters - Neu Mohe Ou Misi

    The Tonga Sisters - Neu Mohe Ou Misi

    The Tonga Sisters perform their rendition of a Tongan oldie but goodie 'Neu Mohe Ou Misi' written by Tui'mala Kaho ...

  • PAPUA NEW GUINEA National Anthem

    PAPUA NEW GUINEA National Anthem

    Singer Ngaiire sings the Papua New Guinea national anthem at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. Learn the lyrics below so you can sing along ... O arise all you sons of this land, Let us sing of our joy to be free, Praising God and rejoicing to be Papua New Guinea. Chorus: Shout our name from the mountains to seas Papua New Guinea; Let us raise our voices and proclaim Papua New Guinea. Now give thanks to the good Lord above For His kindness, His wisdom and love For this land of our fathers so free, Papua New Guinea. Chorus: Shout again for the whole world to hear Papua New Guinea; We're independent and we're free, Papua New Guinea.

  • E SILI LOU ATUA - Tenelle

    E SILI LOU ATUA - Tenelle

    Tenelle takes us to church with her rendition of 'How Great is our God' in Samoan.

  • NUKUTUTAHA - Tommy Nee

    NUKUTUTAHA - Tommy Nee

    Tommy Nee sings this Malcolm Lakatani original 'Nukututaha' The song is about missing Niue & wanting to return...

  • TEVITA LATAI MAUMI - MATE MA'A TONGA FAN TRIBUTE

    TEVITA LATAI MAUMI - MATE MA'A TONGA FAN TRIBUTE

    Tevita Latai Maumi by Jay Black (Ratland Entertainment) has been the adopted theme song for the Mate Ma'a Tonga fans during the Rugby League World Cup 2017. We've put together a tribute video to the fans and the Mate Ma'a Tonga team who have inspired our Pacific Island nations. Lyrics below ... . Chorus Seuke Oi Seuke Si’eku pele pe teu uiui pe Tevita Latai Maumi Nonu teu fefe Pe teke ngalo nai afe teu uiui pe   Verse 1 Teu fakatapu mo e maka ko fele’unga Kau veitatala ‘a hono veili koula Ko eni a e puaki ‘ofa ke tuputupu’a Ko e moto ia faifatongia Api ko ‘ofa mo’oni mo Toka’anga loto kolo Kemou fanongo ‘I he ‘ea ‘o e manu tala’aho Kuo to e mafingalu fanifo ‘o e loto Nu’usila e folau ‘I he vaha mama’o   Verse 2 He’ikai ke ngalo si’otau ‘api masiva Faingata’a ke mau siofia si’o fofonga Pea mo’oni leva a e lau’a e folofola Ke mahulu hake he maka koloa Ko ‘eni ‘a e tofi’a ‘ofa he taukakapa Oiaue latai maumi ‘a e ‘ofa matafala Kuo hoko koe tuhulu pe koha kapasa O fa’aki he fatafata e tamai ta’engata .  

  • SAMOAN MEDLEY - Silva Bullet Band

    SAMOAN MEDLEY - Silva Bullet Band

    The Silva Bullet performing their rendition of a popular Samoan medley.

  • TOKELAU NATIONAL ANTHEM

    TOKELAU NATIONAL ANTHEM

    In 2005, the legislature of the Tokelau islands, a territory of New Zealand announced a contest for a territorial anthem. The selection process took four years, and the entry of local musician Eric Lemuelu Falima was selected as the winner. After the selection, the words were debated and revised until March, 2012, when the anthem was adopted. The last line of the anthem is only to be spoken, not sung. Lyrics (Tokelauan): Te Atua o Tokelau Te Atua o nuku, Te Atua o Tokelau Fakamanuia mai ia Tokelau Puipui tauhi mai ko ito filemu Toku fenua, tau aganuku Tau fuka ke agiagia Lototahi, tumau hi to fakavae Tokelau mo te atua Te Atua o Tokelau (Spoken:) Hoa, he hoa lava

  • MAINA

    MAINA

    Island Groove - Rose Akava & Tani Mussell - sing their own rendition of an island oldie but goodie.

  • A HIO - VEVO

    A HIO - VEVO

    Popular Tahitian group Vevo perform an accoustic version of their song "A Hio"

  • FALIU NEI LE LA I LONA TAUAFIAFI

    FALIU NEI LE LA I LONA TAUAFIAFI

    Afa Laban & his daughter Simaima sing an original which was composed by Afa's father Siaki Laban in 1961.

  • AU MAI TE ALIKI - NOFO LAMEKO

    AU MAI TE ALIKI - NOFO LAMEKO

    Nofo Lameko and his cousins share this beautiful Tuvaluan song with us...

  • Lagona Le Alofa - Silva Bullet Band

    Lagona Le Alofa - Silva Bullet Band

    The Silva Bullet Band perform their beautiful rendition of 'Lagona le Alofa" 

  • Orio - Rex Atirai

    Orio - Rex Atirai

    Check out this contemporary take on a Tahitian classic! Director: Adrian McBirney  Camera: Adrian McBirney and Heimana Music Ltd Editor: Adrian McBirney Thanks to Heimana Music Ltd.  SUGGESTED LINKS: Check out the acoustic version by Kahiki!

  • Tongan National Anthem - Ko e fasi ʻo e tuʻi ʻo e ʻOtu Tonga

    Tongan National Anthem - Ko e fasi ʻo e tuʻi ʻo e ʻOtu Tonga

    Learn to sing the Tongan national anthem! This was recorded live at The Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington for The Salvation Army's "Now is the Time" Congress. To watch the full video click here 

  • SOU FUGA SINA

    SOU FUGA SINA

    Mema and Tupe sing their own arrangement of the old Samoan folk song "Sou Fuga Sina" Sou Fuga Sina also known as Soufuna Sina is a song based on a legend told many times through Fagogo, which acts as a reminder of the relationship that a Samoan brother has with his sister (Feagaiaga - Covenant).  The song explains the desire of the young Sina to obtain the Gogosina bird as her husband.  Her 10 older brothers all named Tui go out in search of the Gogosina to fulfill the wish of their feagaiga and as they leave they tell her not to call for them no matter how long they're gone for.   She waits as long as she can and then calls for them but this gives away her whereabouts and the "sauai" Tui o le Tafue now knows where she is, comes to the fale and holds her captive. When the ten brothers return they see Tui o le Tafue sleeping in the fale and are afraid because he is a supernatural being.  The brothers all decide to run away except the youngest who decides to honor his brotherly duty to his feagaiga. He goes in to the fale and ties Tui o le Tafue's hair to the posts of the fale.  They all escape and when Tui o le Tafue wakes up he notices Sina is not with him anymore and pulls the whole fale down and in doing so kills himself. The old Samoan saying goes "O le i'oimata o le tama Samoa lana tuafafine" - Every Samoan boy should treat and protect his sister like the iris of his eye.

  • I RARO I TE TUMUNU by Kura Happ & her Nana Tekura Ruaporo

    I RARO I TE TUMUNU by Kura Happ & her Nana Tekura Ruaporo

    Tekura Ruaporo wrote this beautiful love song back in 1955 about the island of Rarotonga & was originally written for a school concert. She sings the song here with her grand-daughter Kura Happ. .

  • Ave Lo'u Ola - Annie Grace

    Ave Lo'u Ola - Annie Grace

    Annie Grace sings a beautiful rendition of a traditional EFKS hymn 'Ave Lo'u Ola'

  • ASO LEAGA - The Mika Sisters

    ASO LEAGA - The Mika Sisters

    A beautiful rendition of the Tiama'a band classic 'Aso Leaga' by sisters Rachael and Joanna Mika 

  • BULA MALEA / NUKU VULAVULA MASHUP

    BULA MALEA / NUKU VULAVULA MASHUP

    The Mount Saint Mary’s Youth Group from Nadi, Fiji sing two popluar Fijian songs in this mashup. Bula Malea a famous welcome song that can be heard upon arriving in Fiji and Nuku Vulavula a love song between a couple reminiscing about time they spent together.  

  • WE KNOW THE WAY with Samoan & Tokelauan lyrics

    WE KNOW THE WAY with Samoan & Tokelauan lyrics

    Filipino Harlem Ferolino has his Samoan & Tokelauan lyrics on lock and so can you!   Follow along with the lyrics in the video ...