He Aroha

Written by Ngahiwi Apanui, this waiata is performed by Tony Huata and Aotearoa Allstars. Released during Waiata Anthems Week 2022.

Tony Huata • Aotearoa Allstars

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Whāia Rā

Whāia Rā - Origina Roots Aotearoa. Released during Waiata Anthems Week 2022

Origin Roots Aotearoa

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Taku Aroha

Released during Waiata Anthems Week 2022. Taku Aroha is a song about love, resilience, nurturing, and the willingness to put someone else ahead of yourself.


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Hoki Mai Rā

Rotorua-based artist SKYLA LOVE (Te Arawa / Te Ātiawa) emerges with her debut waiata reo Māori single Hoki Mai Rā feat. Miriama Hartmann on cello. Produced, and engineered by Emily Wheatcroft-Snape at Parachute Studios, Tāmakimakaurau.

Skyla Love • Waiata

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Ka Puta Mai

Chad 'The Boogieman' Chambers is set to release 'Ka Puta Mai' his first release as a solo Reggae artist.

Chad Chambers • Waiata

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Whina - Walk of Freedom

This music video focuses on Dame Whina Cooper's mission to raise awareness around Māori land rights. This waiata celebrate a wahine with mana and a vital message.

Riqi Harawira

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Going Home

Four32 are a group of rangatahi Māori who have released their first single 'Going Home'. They hope to appeal to various age groups and take you on a journey with the feeling of returning home to grass roots Aotearoa, New Zealand.


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Fly You Home

Wellington-based musician and writer Ariana Tikao's waiata ‘Fly You Home’ explores friendship across distance and indigenous solidarity.

Ariana Tikao

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Ngā Reo

'Ngā Reo' by IA featuring National Poetry Slam Winner Te Kahu Rolleston. This waiata shines a spotlight on traditional taonga pūoro and te reo Māori, both lyrically and musically.


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Kia Mau

Aro, proudly brought together, for this very special video, their family and friends - coming together to emphasise the importance of maintaining relationships and respect for people even if we don't agree with them.


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Tukua Te Kūata

Tukua Te Kūata by Huia was written in the midst of the COVID-19 rāhui. This song was a free flow of thoughts. Life is too short to hold back your love.


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Callan James, an up and coming takatāpui Māori music artist wrote this song celebrating all the front line workers who worked tirelessly through the Aotearoa Alert Level 4 lockdowns and connecting with each other.

Callan James

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