Maisey and JJ Rika Stay True to Their Cultural Roots Through Music

Maisey and JJ Rika Stay True to Their Cultural Roots Through Music


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Ua lele mai ʻo Maisey lāua ʻo JJ Rika, no Aotearoa mai,  i kēia kauwela no ka hīmeni ʻana a me hoʻolaha ʻana i kā lāua mau mele kaila loa.  Hōʻike mai lāua i ka pono e aʻo a e kūpaʻa i nā mea e ʻōiwi ai kākou.

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Maisey and JJ Rika, a talented singer/musician duo from Aotearoa (New Zealand), who flew to Hawaiʻi this summer to sing and spread their music.  They speak of the importance of knowing and staying true to ones language, culture, and heritage.

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Polynesian Contemporary Music Part 1: Haumoana click here 

Polynesian Contemporary Music Part 3: Hāwane Rios click here 

 Music by Masiey Rika – Tangaroa Wakamautai

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