© Te Māngai Pāho, 2023
A selection of waiata funded by Te Māngai Pāho
‘Te Atarau’ is an organic, heartstring-tugging, soulful waiata that brings strings (guitar) and vocal to the forefront, a nod to the old-school soulful tunes MOHI grew up listening to.
Uha is a reo Māori single track that contributes to the Bad Mana Wahine mindset encouraging & empowering our women no matter who, what age, ethnicity, and gender.
Ngā Hau o Tāwhiri has a raw, haunting almost Americana feel. But still carries the underlying pop and reggae vibe which for Alya Jade is her sweet spot.
Watch the music video to 'Tapuhi' by Four32.
ARIKI is 14 waiata of pop, rap, reggae, drill, Hip Hop & RnB, all in te reo Māori!
Watch the music video to Riqi Harawira's waiata E Rere Ai
This waiata is for all sons, nephews and every tama out there.
This waiata is dedicated to Swizl Jager's Nanny Pia and everyone who has lost someone but still finds comfort in their memory.
Raiha Moetara is a young singer/songwriter from Gisborne who proudly represents her iwi Rongowhakaata and Te Aitanga a Hauiti.
E Ihowa speaks about being grateful for what we have and always passing it down to the next generation.
Dedicated to the LGBTQ+ whānau, this waiata was released during Waiata Anthems Week 2022.
Kokomea is a Māori and gagana Tokelau waiata, released during Waiata Anthems Week 2022.
Rei • Olivia Foa'i