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  1. Video for 'It's not every day you pōwhiri Bob Marley’s son into the country' - Kaitātaki
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    'It's not every day you pōwhiri Bob Marley’s son into the country'- Kaitātaki

    Jamaican reggae musician Julian Marley was welcomed with a pōwhiri at the Auckland Airport today, 40 years after his father Bob Marley also received a Māori welcoming.

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    Katchafire on the road again

    New Zealand roots reggae band Katchafire is set to kick off their first 2019 USA tour later this month.

  3. Video for My Party Song, Series 2 Episode 1
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    My Party Song, Series 2 Episode 1

    My Party Song brings the party to your living room along with your favourite Māori song birds, The Modern Māori Quartet.

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    Cardi B embraces Māori culture during pōwhiri

    During the pōwhiri, the American rapper couldn’t stop smiling while watching the group perform a wero, karanga, waiata and haka.

  5. Video for Te Matatini brings te reo to homes of the nation
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    Te Matatini brings te reo to homes of the nation

    Te Matatini has released their debut single, Te Matatini Ki Te Ao. The single features some of kapa haka's strongest singers and producer Ani Piki Tuari says it's another platform for Te Matatini to promote te reo Māori.

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    Connecting Māori musicians with funding

    A group of Māori musicians have raised concerns about the amount of funding directed towards Māori music across all platforms.  This comes as Māori composers, singers and songwriters alike brainstorm initiatives to optimise the medium of music to revitalise te reo Māori.

  7. Video for Katchafire streaming hit despite Grammys miss
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    Katchafire streaming hit despite Grammys miss

    NZ reggae group Katchafire has missed out on a Grammy nomination but continues to be a hit on streaming giant Spotify. They join a whānau of NZ bands with Māori members who have topped this year's most-streamed Kiwi acts.

  8. Sweet Micky for President

    (AO) Music and politics collide when international music star, Pras Michel of the Fugees, returns to his homeland of Haiti following the devastating earthquake of 2010 to mobilize a presidential campaign for Haiti's most controversial musician: Michel Martelly aka Sweet Micky.  The politically inexperienced pair set out against a corrupted government, civil unrest, and a fixed election.  when Pras's former bandmate, superstar Wyclef Jean, also enters the presidential race, their chances seem further doomed.  But with the help of a few friends, including Ben Stiller and former president bill Clington, they never give up on their honest dream of changing the course of Haiti's future forever.

  9. Video for From Te Matatini to the world
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    From Te Matatini to the world

    In an effort to further promote Māori performing arts, Te Matatini is breaking into the music industry, releasing a debut single, Te Matatini ki te Ao, which will feature the voices of some of kapa haka’s most talented performers.

  10. Video for Black Slate's special connection to Aotearoa
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    Black Slate's special connection to Aotearoa

    Reggae band Black Slate, famous for 80's song "Amigo", has arrived in Aotearoa to produce a documentary on their life and special relationship with New Zealand.   

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