• Mahu'inga E Ako - Toula Government Primary School

    Mahu'inga E Ako - Toula Government Primary School

    Children from the Toula Government Primary School in Vava'u, Tonga sing this song composed by one of the teachers at their school. The song is about the school and references the village nickname Veimumuni plus the importance of studying and its effects for later in life.

  • LE AUTE - Mua i Malae Kids

    LE AUTE - Mua i Malae Kids

    The Mua i Malae kids perform a popular Samoan children's song 'Le Aute'. Sing along and learn the song with your children.

  • MANU O PALATAISI - Mariah Bellaluisa Alone

    MANU O PALATAISI - Mariah Bellaluisa Alone

    Mariah Bellaluisa Alone is only 11 years old from Sydney Australia. She is still in primary school and attends a school in Campbelltown. She is proud of her heritage, Tongan (Kolomotu’a), Fijian (Taileveu), Aboriginal (Kamilaroi) and Italian (Sicily). She started modelling at 4 years old but her passion for singing and acting is where her heart is. She wants the world to hear, love and appreciate Pacific music.

  • HERE TO STAY - General Fiyah ft Three Houses Down

    HERE TO STAY - General Fiyah ft Three Houses Down

    Young General Fiyah back with the fire with "I'm here to stay"

  • Lava - from Disney Pixar's animated short 'Lava'

    Lava - from Disney Pixar's animated short 'Lava'

    Music video by Kuana Torres Kahele, Napua Greig, James Ford Murphy performing Lava. (C) 2015 Walt Disney Records

  • How far I'll go - Auli'i Cravalho (From Moana)

    How far I'll go - Auli'i Cravalho (From Moana)

    Moana's song powerfully voiced and sung by Auli'i Cravalho has just been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for a Motion Picture!      

  • We Know The Way

    We Know The Way

    Sing along with one of our faves from the Disney Soundtrack - we've included the words for you below ... Tatou o tagata folau e vala’auina E le atua o le sami tele e o mai Ia ava’e le lu’itau e lelei Tapenapena Aue, aue Nuku i mua Te manulele e tataki e Aue, aue te fenua, te malie, Nae ko hakilia mo kaiga e. We read the wind and the sky When the sun is high We sail the length of sea On the ocean breeze At night we name every star We know where we are We know who we are, who we are Aue, aue, We set a course to find A brand new island everywhere we row, Aue, aue, We keep our island in our mind And when it’s time to find home, We know the way. Aue, aue, we are explorers reading every sign we tell the stories of our elders in the never ending chain Aue, aue te fenua, te malie, Nae ko hakilia We know the way

  • Moana in Real Life - How Far I'll Go (Cover)

    Moana in Real Life - How Far I'll Go (Cover)

    Kaylee Shimizu as "Moana" Check out behind the scenes

  • Lai Tei Dalo

    Lai Tei Dalo

    The children of Mount Saint Mary's Parish sing this popular children's song.

  • Moe Moe Pepe - The Fruean Family

    Moe Moe Pepe - The Fruean Family

    Rugby star Robbie Fruean along with wife Gemma and Robbies sisters Talima & Lucille, perform a much loved Samoan lullaby sung by Samoan parents around the world to lull their babies to sleep. Sing along and learn the words with the lyrics below ... Moe moe pepe Tumu tumu le laau A agi le matagi e lue atu ma toe sau A gau le lala paū le moega Malie oe pepe lau faaluega Tagi mai le pepe tagi mai le fia ai Ua faasusu e le Tina ma toe moe le lelavã Pepe pepe moe aua ete tagi. Sei alu mama e tala'i. Le tala lelei ile lalolagi. I uo ma e ua masani {Tanslation} Rock a bye baby On the tree top When the wind blows The cradle will rock When the bough breaks The cradle will fall And down will come baby cradle and all The baby is crying because she’s hungry Then mum feeds her, and puts her back to sleep as she is tired Sleep baby, please don’t cry Your mum is going to share the good word to the whole world And to friends and families. Check out more of the Fruean family performing Samoan childrens songs and lullabys here 

  • 'I Am Moana' in Te Reo

    'I Am Moana' in Te Reo

    Check out this beautiful version of 'I Am Moana' (Song of the Ancestors) performed in Te Reo by Rachel House and Jaedyn Randell.

  • MOANA MEDLEY - SUPA (SaintzUp Performing Arts)

    MOANA MEDLEY - SUPA (SaintzUp Performing Arts)

    SUPA perform the accoustic version of the Opetaia Foa'i tribute they performed at the NZ Vodafone Pacific Music Awards.

  • Pigs on the Run - Church music

    Pigs on the Run - Church music

    Enjoy this church scene from the popular community show 'Pigs on the Run' which had its run at the Mangere Arts Centre. The 'gospel choir' do their rendition of a song to the tune of Nick Jonas' "Jealous"

  • PURPLE - Selevasio Tuima

    PURPLE - Selevasio Tuima

    Solo Vocalist-Runner Up at Stand Up Stand Out  13 year old St Pauls College student Selevasio Tuima performs his very own rendition of 'Purple' by SIX60

  • Sylvia Park School's Anti-Bullying Song

    Sylvia Park School's Anti-Bullying Song

    Check out the anti-bullying message from the students of Aucklands Sylvia Park School! The Pasifika Foundation Trust's A-ha Music Mentoring "Be a Buddy Not a Bully" programme created an Anti-Bullying song with Sylvia Park School called "Happy and Safe". To find out more about the A-ha Music Mentoring Programme check them out here!

  • Cup Song - Hawaiian Styles

    Cup Song - Hawaiian Styles

    Check out this beautiful version of 'The Cup Song' made famous by the movie Pitch Perfect - who do you think did it better? We think this lil Hawaiian Princess rocked it better, by far! 

  • 24K Magic - Rongomai Primary School

    24K Magic - Rongomai Primary School

    The children of Rongomai Primary School in Otara have put together this gorgeous music video in order to promote healthy eating in their community! The children have created a product of healthy stick kebabs which they hope to sell at Pasifika 2017 and at the Otara Saturday markets. They are trying to get as much support as possible and all they're asking is that we share their music video which shows the beginning of their journey and to like their facebook page The Bodychef. The BodyChef page was created by students in Room 7 who are 8 - 9 years of age at Rongomai Primary School.  The video really shows off the fun and creative minds of our Pasifika children and their amazing talent :) On another note - check out the story of their headmaster Paeriki Mataroa here too!  

  • Love and Affection - Three Houses Down ft General Fiyah

    Love and Affection - Three Houses Down ft General Fiyah

    Three Houses Down usher in the next generation of their talented family with Nicholas aka General Fiyah taking lead vocals on this feel good summer jam! 

  • Vivili Kids Singing After Church - Fiji

    Vivili Kids Singing After Church - Fiji

    Kids being kids after church in Fiji! After church we went to Lilie's house for lunch and the kids serenaded me with more song and dance. If only children in the West had this sort of playfulness and joy, especially after sitting two hours in church! It is the dream of how we know children can be.

  • You Are My Legend - Favona Primary School

    You Are My Legend - Favona Primary School

    An original song written and performed by Favona Primary students as a tribute to our legendary old boy Jonah Lomu. #RestInPeaceNo.11 - Supported by Favona old boys Matthew Faiumu Salapu and Junior Nanai.  You are welcome to donate kindly to Jonah’s Charities: • Kidney Kids: http://kidneykids.org.nz/about-us/our... • UNICEF NZ: https://www.unicef.org.nz/ For further information please contact noma@anonymouz.co.nz or loisk@favona.school.nz DOWNLOAD THE LYRICS HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cynflec6osx... DOWNLOAD AN MP3 OF THE SONG HERE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zsfm6jjh89l...