Waiata Released Brings a Different Taste to the Hip-Hop Realm

Sept. 24, 2021, 2:19 p.m.

Using te reo Māori, modern hip-hop production, powerful 808 bass and hard-hitting drums, Byllie-jean and AJA share their collaborative work 'Te Iho'- meaning ‘the essence’.

Tags: Wairere Ropata Te Iho AJA


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