The keiki of Pūnana Leo o Kona sing “Kaulana Nā Pua” for Mele ma ka Mauna.
In this segment of Mele ma ka Mauna, Kaleo Keawe sings Ka Makani Kāʻili Aloha followed by Hiʻilawe.
This episode of Mele ma ka Mauna features Kapua Francisco singing He Nani Helena and Hula o Makee.
The ʻOhana Lim (Lorna, Nani, and Sonny) sing a few mele for Mele ma ka Mauna including a mele…
The movement on Maunakea is bringing together indigenous people from around the world, including one Native American who shared…
Natalie Ai Kamauu shares two mele for Mele ma ka Mauna.
Lanakila Mangauil makes a speech for the crowd during Mele ma ka Mauna on Maunakea.
This segment features Hāwane Rios and Lākea Trask singing “Kanaloa Ola,” a song composed on Kahoʻolawe.
This episode of Mele Ma ka Mauna features ʻAi Pōhaku singing six different songs on top of Maunakea.
Watch the music video of the brand new song “Nā Hoʻokele ʻŌpiopio” by Chucky Boy Chock featuring Jack Johnson…
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