• 1 of 1 - BTBGreen

    1 of 1 - BTBGreen

    Born in American Samoa and raised around the Los Angeles area since the age of 7, BTBGreen was exposed to rap culture early on in his life. Growing up in the fa’a samoa way along with being immersed in the California lifestyle, gave BTBGreen a unique perspective on his creative direction and artistic versatility. He aspires to uphold a worth ethic and ownership of craft similar to the artists he admires. His musical influences consists of artists such as KanYe West, Frank Ocean, Lil Wayne, Fiji, J Boog, Drake, and Young Thug. For the past few years, he has worked as a videographer and editor for various artists in the US. Now, he is focused on transitioning into a full time music artist. BTBGreen is currently working on a project aiming to be released before summer 2020. “1 of 1” is an introduction of what’s to come from BTBGreen.

  • Lovin' You - Lomez Brown FT Raggadat Cris

    Lovin' You - Lomez Brown FT Raggadat Cris

    Kuki reggae artist Lomez Brown on the slow jam vibe ft Raggadat Cris.

  • Noah Slee - America

    Noah Slee - America

    The latest single off Noah's EP "Teeth" 

  • Israel Kamakawiwoʻole’s 61st Birthday - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

    Israel Kamakawiwoʻole’s 61st Birthday - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

    In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in the U.S., today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 61st birthday of native Hawaiian `ukulele player, singer-songwriter, and activist Israel “IZ™” Kamakawiwo’ole, who is perhaps best known for touching the world with his beloved rendition of “Over the Rainbow” and forever changing the face of Hawaiian music. Through his joyful songs and lifelong advocacy for the islands’ values and culture, Israel has been widely referred to as the “Voice of Hawai’i.” Learn more about Iz here on Google Doodle's archive here

  • MY USO (REMIX) - STNDRD ft Masi Rocc, Lisi, Biggs & Ron Moala

    MY USO (REMIX) - STNDRD ft Masi Rocc, Lisi, Biggs & Ron Moala

    The remix to Stndrd's viral 'My Uso' track features Aussie based Poly artists Masi Rooc, Lisi, Biggs & Ron Moala. Enjoy! 

  • HP BOYZ - Out Here ft Keziah Feterika

    HP BOYZ - Out Here ft Keziah Feterika

    The HP Boyz team up with Samoan RnB artist Keziah Feterika on this track off their EP '6 to the World'.   Keziah was born and raised in Auckland, NZ and has done backing vocals for artists like Aaradhna and Kylie Auldists among others.  She's now based in Melbourne.

  • Samoa Cyber Aufaipese: O OE O LO'U MALAMALAMA (Acapella version)

    Samoa Cyber Aufaipese: O OE O LO'U MALAMALAMA (Acapella version)

    75 proud Samoans living in 14 countries around the world unite for this Cyber aufaipese in worship and prayers for the nation and the world.  Hymn 18 Tusi Pese Ekalesia Metotisi Samoa Composer: Unkown Lyricist: Rev Henry Taliai Arranaged by Rev Letupu F. Matautia 

  • Aue 'Aue By Nat Farsamoa (Version ROTUMA)

    Aue 'Aue By Nat Farsamoa (Version ROTUMA)

    Celebrating Language Week with this Rotuman language song to the tune of 'We Know the Way' 

  • MIKEY MAYZ - WILD PEOPLE

    MIKEY MAYZ - WILD PEOPLE

    Mikey Mayz, is a Kiwi Singer/ Songwriter, born in Washington USA, and of Tongan and British descent. Raised by sailors, and spending most of his childhood years exploring the Pacific ocean on his family yacht, Mikeys music reflects the rhythms, flows and melodies of the Pacific. He was awarded the Philip Fuemana Most Promising Pacific Artist of  2016 and followed up with his debut album titled ALPHA. He continued to independently release and distribute successful singles including his most recent - 'WestSide: Nesian Edition' and ‘Wild People’

  • CHURCH & AP - HELLO HELLO

    CHURCH & AP - HELLO HELLO

    Church & AP with their latest single 'Hello, Hello' off their Pacific Awards nominated album "TEETH" 

  • THANK YOU MAMA - BLACK FRIARS

    THANK YOU MAMA - BLACK FRIARS

    "Thank You Mama. You are the strongest part of me." A  beautiful tribute to our Mamas - Happy Mothers Day!  Creative Director of the Black Friars, Michelle Johansson together with lead singer Siosaia Folau put together the words for the song but all the stories in the song were collected from the kids of their Southside Rise Movement! 

  • LEPANI - POCKET FULL OF LOVE (Live at Roundhead)

    LEPANI - POCKET FULL OF LOVE (Live at Roundhead)

    Born in Fiji into a very musical family, Lepani moved to Rotorua at a young age and then to Auckland for his teen years. It wasn’t until he was 14 when his music teacher discovered that he could sing, at talent Lepani had been hiding before then. Championed by his music teacher, he started to write songs and perform. Once the passion for music took off there was always battled between choosing music and rugby, but in the end music took the lead. As soon as school finished, he started working graveyard shifts to fund his growing passion and to buy music equipment. This led him to record and produce all of his music himself at home in Howick. Lepani’s debut single released last year, ‘Pocket Full of Love’ instantly impressed Stan Walker who then asked Lepani to join him of his nationwide New Zealand tour, an inspiring and encouraging experience for Lepani.

  • Fai Pea - Olivia Foa'i

    Fai Pea - Olivia Foa'i

    “Maybe not today and maybe not tomorrow. Maybe best forget it ‘cause nothing is promised. Or I could be patient and keep heading for the sun ...” Olivia Foa'is latest single off her debut album 'Candid' - she said that the video and song are very close to her heart.  She also directed this video herself. Her Mum Julie Foa'i made her stunning ball gown and the video features dancers Moemoana Schwenke & Josh Hawkins. For anyone interested in lyrics and translation they can be found here: www.oliviafoai.com/faipea-lyrics.html

  • Eye to Eye - Lou'Ana

    Eye to Eye - Lou'Ana

    Lou’ana of Auckland's Hipstamatics has stepped into the spotlight with the release of her debut solo single 'Eye To Eye', a smokin' slice of hip-shaking soul with a spellbinding twist. She plays the role of a fortune teller in the song's stunning accompanying clip directed by Annie Duckworth and shot by Nina Wells, featuring some superb choreography and vividly lit witchy backdrops. Under the Radars full article on Lou'Ana here 

  • We Are Samoa Project - International Jazz Day

    We Are Samoa Project - International Jazz Day

    “WE ARE SAMOA” – UNESCO INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY 2020 Samoan Musicians from around world came together to perform a Virtual Song for the UNESCO International Jazz Day (IJD). The Annual Global event went "Virtual" due to the global COVID 19 pandemic and invited participation from around the Globe. Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival – 2Samoas also due to kick off April 30 and cancelled – invited some of those musicians who were due to participate – and other musicians from previous festivals to collaborate in a Song to commemorate this day. The iconic "We are Samoa” written and recorded 20 years ago by legendary Fa’anana Jerome Grey was fitting for the universal theme and global pandemic. Re-arranged by Dr Opeloge Ah Sam especially for the UNESCO International Jazz Day 2020 Virtual Global celebration the song features; Fa’anana Jerome Grey and his musician son Loa Greyson (US), Tui Letuli (American Samoa); Hannah Elise (NZ); Eddie Lolesi (Australia); Dylan Elise (NZ/US based); Papali’i Etene Taimalelagi (US); Pauga Joey Cummings (American Samoa); Ulale Pusi Ulale (American Samoa); Tuileisu Pouesi (American Samoa); Angeline Afo (American Samoa) and Latafale Auva’a (NZ). Produced by Mack Tane (NZ) on behalf of the Samoana Jazz & Arts Festival - 2Samoas.

  • Samoa Cyber Aufaipese 2020 - Lo'u nu'u e o Samoa

    Samoa Cyber Aufaipese 2020 - Lo'u nu'u e o Samoa

    Samoans around the world accepted the challenge to be a part of the first ever online Samoan choir singing the hymn 'Lo’u nu'u e o Samoa'. Their message is:  To our beautiful Samoan people, wherever in the world you may be, let us all unite as one people, in prayers for our Nation and for the World during these difficult times. E FAAVAE SAMOA I LE ATUA.

  • PASIFIKA MEDLEY - DILWORTH COLLEGE at THE BIG SING 2019

    PASIFIKA MEDLEY - DILWORTH COLLEGE at THE BIG SING 2019

    Dilworth College with this beautiful Pasifika Medley performed at the Big Sing 2019.

  • DIGGY DUPE - KEKE BOY

    DIGGY DUPE - KEKE BOY

    Opening with Niuean drums before a raw, menacing beat hits, 'Keke Boy' is a fusion of Dupé's Niuean culture and Central Auckland slang. “It’s just how we speak, it’s a reflection of the culture clash we deal with every day,” says Diggy Dupé in his interview with Sniffers. “One of the aims is to use island words as often as possible until it becomes the norm. We’ve got to set the standard and it provides a sense of pride and belonging when other Pacific Islanders hear their native tongue on a song other than an old hymn.” Check out his latest track Keke Boy above and read the full article on Sniffers here 

  • TEREMOANA - WHAT'S GOING ON?

    TEREMOANA - WHAT'S GOING ON?

    What do you get when an award-winning New Zealand (via the Cook Islands + Jamaica) veteran rapper kicks off her slippers and puts down her cup of green tea to write and release a song about the state of the world today? You get a ‘Teremoana’ track called ‘What’s going on’ of course! With fresh visuals and King Kapisi produced beats, Teremoana Rapley has had enough of watching from the sidelines and weighs in with this heavy-bass laden track, deep enough to make your subwoofers hum and your neighbours complain.  Buy the single here  Listen to the single here 

  • FEJOINT - SI OTO LOTO

    FEJOINT - SI OTO LOTO

    Konecs joins forces with fellow Tongan artists for this Tongan jam.

  • TE MANU HOATA - RAUMATA

    TE MANU HOATA - RAUMATA

    Young Tahitian singer Raumata Tetuanui shares her cover of a Tahitian classic 'Te Manu Hoata' composed by Marotea. . Learn the words below:  E MANU HOATA HOKI KOE TAPEKA IA E TE MATAGI ANGI ANGI NEI ITE ITI O TE RA ARERE MAI HOKI, KOE NA RUNGA I TOKU ORAHANGA KORE RA E MAU IAKU TE MANU ITI HOATA TE MII TE MII NEI IAU IA KOE TE MAARA ARA NEI IAU KI TE PO E TE AO E TAI ROIMATA NOKU IA TANGI TANGI TOKU REO NO TE OTU O TE INANGARO EAHARA TAKU HARA HARA NO TOKU HERE IA KOE TE MAMAE NEI TOKU NGAKAU NO TO KOE KINO IAKU AERE MAI I ROTO I TAKU RIMA TE MANU HOATA

  • ARONA - PULL THRU

    ARONA - PULL THRU

    Arona with his latest single 'Pull Thru' filmed on location at Wigmore's Superstore in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Arona grew up in Kelston and has Samoan, Chinese & PNG heritage and was in the dance group SAS who won the 2008 World Hip Hop Dance champs. He's also legally blind and works at a bank for his day job. . Check out more of his music here:  YOUTUBE:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcyT9V5AtQXScIuawS1AWlA SPOTIFY:  https://open.spotify.com/artist/3vgNsFcZqYfRbTsHMmuhhL?si=QHYmS5fNSSaEZiowNNWvaA INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/aronasmusic

  • SAMOA AIRWAYS 'LEAN ON ME' MID-AIR PERFORMANCE

    SAMOA AIRWAYS 'LEAN ON ME' MID-AIR PERFORMANCE

    Pasifika artists on their way to Samoa for the 'I Love Samoa' benefit concert for those affected by the measles, broke out with an impromptu mid-air performance of 'Lean on Me' on their Samoa Airways flight.

  • ONEFOUR - WELCOME TO PRISON

    ONEFOUR - WELCOME TO PRISON

    Infamous Samoan Australian drill rap crew OneFour have released their first single for 2020 and it's an honest, heartfelt and cautionary tale. The single was written before members YP and Lekks were sentenced to four years in prison at the end of last year for an incident in July 2018.  Former member Celly also received 10 years for his part in the fight. Speaking on the single, the group says "The song helped us come to terms with our situation and we hope that it offers encouragement to anyone who may be going through something similar"  {{16393}} The song features backing vocals from Stan Walker as well as strings from 'I Know Leopards' Jenny McCullagh. When the video was first released it was the number one trending video on Youtube for at least 3 days and has already amassed over a million views.

  • AOTEAROA - Stan Walker, Troy Kingi, Ria Hall and Maisey Rika

    AOTEAROA - Stan Walker, Troy Kingi, Ria Hall and Maisey Rika

    "Aotearoa" a song to acknowledge our Reo, our unique indigenous culture and who we are as New Zealanders, as well as our connection to Aotearoa.

  • ENUA MANEA - Ta'akoka Dance Troupe

    ENUA MANEA - Ta'akoka Dance Troupe

    "Enua Manea" is an oldie but goodie paying homage to the beauty of the island of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.   Lyrics and the translation below:  Enua Manea  Te vai nei, Ka vai ra Manakonako anga ia naku i te ao e  Te iriri o te po, maiata e tu mai nei Mei te moemoea, te ara ua nei  Marau rupe te tiare tanumia i te pae kainga, Rarotonga e!  Taku i akaruke mai. te aroa e te tangi  Aue!  Rarotonga! . Beautiful island It is still here and will always be here   Im always thinking and yearning of you wherever I am in the world The beauty of the night, I am awake yet I am dreaming Beautiful and lush flowers planted near my home - that's you Rarotonga  I left you with sadness and tears in my heart Oh my Rarotonga

  • Worldwide #Jam4MaunaKea - "Kū Ha'aheo" & "Hawai'i Loa"

    Worldwide #Jam4MaunaKea - "Kū Ha'aheo" & "Hawai'i Loa"

    When the tallest mountain in the world sings, what does that sound like? Pu'uhonua o Pu'uhuluhulu Maunakea & Mana Maoli invite you to LISTEN to how Mauna Kea inspired 1000’s of people across 100’s of places to form the World’s 1st Virtual Kanipila - same time, same song, for the same mauna. Are YOU in this video? Or among thousands more who chose to #Jam4MaunaKea? If so, MAHALO for being a part of Aunty Pilahi Pakiʻs prophecy unfolding - ALOHA as the key for world peace. Across the globe, Mauna Kea continues to inspire us to act with ALOHA always, in all ways. One unforgettable mana-festation was on 8/11 at 11:11, when thousands of kiaʻi at the mauna, and thousands more worldwide sang this medley of "Kū Haʻaheo" & “Hawaiʻi Loa,” which have become anthems to unite all generations of aloha ʻāina. By featuring voices and ʻāīna across over 100 of these places, this video gives us a glimpse of a powerful moment in time and space.

  • "THIS IS ME" performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island artists

    "THIS IS ME" performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island artists

    Enjoy this powerful rendition of “This is Me” performed by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Island artists and dancers from across the country to invite and inspire their community to be seen, heard, and counted in the 2020 USA Census.  It features performances by: Kalenakū, Raiatea, Dillion Bien, Darren Bien, Lehua Kalima, Jerchio Semanu, Kumu Hula Mark Keal’ll Ho’Omalu & Academy of Hawaiian Arts, Natalie Al Kamauu, Jordis Unga, Samoan Community Development Center Choir, Nancy Fifita “Fancy Nancy”, Ta’u Pupu’a, Voka Mataele, Lea Love, Amy Hānaialiʻi Gilliom, Siaki Sii, Tavaʻesina Aloʻovaveao Scanlan, Tavana Mcmoore, Tiana Liufau, Jerome Faʻanana Grey, Tinifu Loa Grey, Lāʻie Community Members, Teheiara Kealohanui Pimental Special thanks to our partners: The Kalaimoku Group, Hawaiian Airlines, Daniel K. Inouye Institute, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, and 4 Miles LLC. Learn more WWW.2020CENSUS.GOV

  • G from the SOUTH - QUEEN SHIRL'E ft RIZVAN

    G from the SOUTH - QUEEN SHIRL'E ft RIZVAN

    Rapper Queen Shirl'e has released her first single for 2020 - G from the South. "A tribute for anyone with a story growing up in the SouthSide, keep your head up, BE STRONG & don’t give up" she says of the track

  • NESIAN MYSTIK - SUN GOES DOWN

    NESIAN MYSTIK - SUN GOES DOWN

    Throwback to a Nesian Mystik classic 'Sun Goes Down' 

  • Samoan Old School Church Medley - Tyler Mauga & The Pisupo Choir

    Samoan Old School Church Medley - Tyler Mauga & The Pisupo Choir

    Tyler Mauga & his Pisupo choir is back with another old school Samoan Church medley to take you back to your Sunday School days.

  • PLEASE COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS - MR COWBOY

    PLEASE COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS - MR COWBOY

    Samoa's very own country singer Mr Cowboy shares his cover of the Charles Brown original 'Please come home for Christmas' The song has had several renditions performed over the years by artists like Jon Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson, The Eagles, John Legend and more.

  • DAKINI TANGARAREH - JARO LOCAL

    DAKINI TANGARAREH - JARO LOCAL

    The video for Jaro Local's smash hit "Dakini Tangarareh" - the song that has become an island anthem around the world. The track is sung in local Solomon Island pidgin and Ghari (one of the languages of Guadalcanal island in Solomon Islands)

  • SHEPHERDS REIGN - LE MANU

    SHEPHERDS REIGN - LE MANU

    Polynesian metal band Shepherds Reign have dropped their latest single 'Le Manu' dedicating it to the lives lost in Samoa in 2019. "We would also like to send our condolences to the families in 🇼🇸 Samoa. Faamanuia i aiga uma o loo aafia i lenei taimi faigata 🙏" . Lyrics below: Intro: Samoa. Sauni e tau le taua Ia tau matua tau Ia fai ia mafai Le Manu sau ia! . V1: Le Manu Samoae, ia manu le fai o le faiva Le Manu Samoae, ia manu le fai o le faiva Le Manu Samoa lenei ua ou sau Leai se isi manu o le atulaulau Ua ou sau nei ma le mea atoa O lo’u malosi ua atoatoa Ia e faatafa ma e soso ese Leaga o lenei manu e uiga ese Le Manu Samoa Le Manu Samoa Le Manu Samoa e o mai Samoa! . CH: Tau ia malo Aua ne’i malolo Tula’i Samoa Tau matua tau, Fai ia mafai Le Manu! . V2: Le Manu Samoa ia tafetoto ou ala. Le Manu Samoa malamalama ou mata. Le Manu Samoa tau ia matua tau. Lou atunu’u pele ia tu malaulau. Ia aua ne’i galo lau tapuaiga. Si ou atunuu ma lou aiga. Mua’au le Atua manuia ou faiva. O ou fili uma e te lepetiaina. Le Manu Samoa Le Manu Samoa Le Manu Samoa e o mai Samoa . CH: Tau ia malo Aua ne’i malolo Tula’i Samoa Tau matua tau, Fai ia mafai Le Manu! . . "Le Manu" by Shepherds Reign | New single and video out now | Get it here - https://shepherdsreignband.bandcamp.com/

  • SMILE - MALCOLM LAKATANI aka MAL

    SMILE - MALCOLM LAKATANI aka MAL

    ‘Smile’, is the acoustic soul single off Malcolm Lakatani's self titled album  -  "MAL #musicandlife" - which is ready to drop in 2020.  The song illustrates the love of music and the love of people. A story of how we all have one its beautifully connected with others. ‘Smile’.  It speaks about happiness and love between people.   The single features one of MAL's finest vocal and acoustic guitar performances ever captured. {{15874}} MAL is a renowned guitarist performing in many bands including The Kratez, Daylight Robbery, The Red Velvet Seat, Kid Radio and his own current duo band called aQstik Keyz.  MAL is also regularly invited as a guest artist for special events and performances.  ‘Smile’ follows on from his previous releases ‘True To You’ (2018) and ‘Fiti Lagakali’ (2015).

  • THE BOY WHO CRIED WOMAN - DISCIPLE PATI

    THE BOY WHO CRIED WOMAN - DISCIPLE PATI

    Young up and coming Samoan artist Disciple Pati with the visuals for her debut single 'The Boy who cried Woman'  "I wanted to paint a picture of my experience being a Pacific person and my observations about what it means to be a Pacific person. The beginning scene pretty much sums up the premise of the video; it depicts three men standing on cold hard concrete in a service tunnel, wearing the red ula fala, and tapa ie faikaga, bare foot. This image symbolises the intersecting of the three worlds I spoke about earlier and the ways in which we must compromise and be aware that neither world is in the past or the future, but both are constantly battling with each other. We as young pacific people, do the work of finding the beauty and the tragedy that occurs in the colliding of those worlds, and we find ways to navigate through that collision to find who we are." - Disciple Pati 

  • E LELEI LE ALI'I - NEW HOPE SINGERS

    E LELEI LE ALI'I - NEW HOPE SINGERS

    The New Hope Singers with their beautiful rendition of this popular gospel song 'E Lelei le Ali'i' (It is well) 

  • SAY LESS - LISI

    SAY LESS - LISI

    Warning:  Explicit Lyrics  Talisi Poasa aka Lisi from Goodna, Queensland with some more Poly/Oz hip hop & the visuals for 'Say Less'  .  Peep his latest single 'The Come Up' below: {{15685}}

  • KISSING YOU - Isabella Moore : The Music from Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet performed live

    KISSING YOU - Isabella Moore : The Music from Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet performed live

    Des'ree's Kissing You - Performed by Isabella Moore The magic of Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet was recasting Shakespeare's timeless romantic tragedy in the heady rush of mid-'90s cool, with a soundtrack blending grunge, dance, classical, opera and dawning girl power into a record-breaking chart phenomenon. 

  • Ua mativa lo'u alofa - Richard Parker

    Ua mativa lo'u alofa - Richard Parker

    Samoan love song by Richard Parker off his 'Polynesian Girl' album.