Da Hui Backdoor Shootout | Da Hui

Mana Mele video and promo clips played during broadcast

PSA Mana Maoli | Summit Media

30 sec short to promote 2/3 Natural Vibes concert

Fundraiser will feature ʻclassicʻ band | | Star Advertiser

Promo for 2/3 benefit concert

Living808 promo | Facebook

Promo for 2/3 benefit concert

Interview with Keola | Japan’s Radio Show iHeart Hawaii

Part 1 of Keola’s interview

Interview with Keola | Japan’s Radio Show iHeart Hawaii

Part 2 of Keola’s interview

Hawaiʻi Aloha | Japan’s Radio Show iHeart Hawaii

Hawaiʻi Aloha feature

Pomai feature | Japan’s Radio Show iHeart Hawaii

Interview and photo feature

Little Bit of Love | Japan’s Radio Show iHeart Hawaii

Little bit of love feature

The Eddie Opening Ceremony | Salt & Air Studios

Haumāna performance alongside Kimie, Paula & Kaumakaiwa; Mana Mele feature from commentators

The folks behind the ‘Hawaii Aloha’ viral video have just released another one | Hawaii News Now

Hawaii News Now featured Island Style/ʻŌiwi ē, provided details on Mana Maoli

Kona Nui Nights with Mana Maoli | Star Advertiser

Photos w/ a brief description of the event at Ward Village Courtyard

Mana Maoli releases new music video | Star Advertiser

Star Advertiser featured Island Style/ʻŌiwi ē

Mana Maoli releases Island Style featuring Hawaii All-Stars | KITV

Star Advertiser featured Island Style/ʻŌiwi ē

The Thousand-Kanaka Kanikapila | Ka Wai Ola

Ka Wai Ola featured Island Style/ʻŌiwi ē, describes Mana Maoli/Mana Mele Project, promotes the Kona Nui Nights concert

“Oahuʻs Kualoa/Hakipuʻu Canoe Festival spotlights Polynesian voyaging traditions” | Hawaiʻi Magazine

The educational voyaging canoe, Kanehunamoku, and charter schools Halau Ku Mana and Hakipuʻu Learning Center, will host educational booths to share their knowledge of voyaging through various hands-on activities.

“Mana Maoli holds its biggest concert ever in support of Native Hawaiian Charter Schools”  | Honolulu Pulse

Mana Maoli is marking its CD release Saturday with the biggest concert in its history, a festival featuring Jamaican artists Third World and Tarrus Riley, three local “all-star” bands and performances by charter school youth from Oahu.  The concert will benefit Mana Maoli’s music programs, the Halau Ku Mana charter school, schools with students whose music was recorded and its Kanehunamoku sailing canoe venture.

“Mana Maoli Collective here in Aotearoa” | Tangata Whenua

Te Po Whakangahau o nga kaiwaiata no Hawai’i  – Mana Maoli Collective is performing together on Saturday, March 20, from 7 – 12pm at the Tussocks Bar, Gate E, Tasman St, Massey University Campus. Tickets cost $5 students (with ID), $10 public admission.

“Epic Session with Good Company” | HaynMade Blog

Kanehunamoku, along with a number of other Hawaiian canoes are referred to as if they are real people, and rightfully so.  Traditional Hawaiian canoes are a direct link to the people to our of the past, being that that’s how we all got here over eons ago.

“Mana Maoli mix diverse, expressive” | Honolulu Advertiser

The impression created alternates between honesty and innocence, sharing the temperament and emotions of young talent, who are not necessarily awaiting approval or conventional success.

“Hawaiian school educates hands-on” | Honolulu Advertiser

When students at Halau Ku Mana have math and science lessons, they are as apt to be outside learning how to build and navigate a Polynesian voyaging canoe as they are to be in a classroom cracking open a textbook.

“Learning by Doing” | Honolulu Star-Bulletin

“It’s learning by doing,” Nakanishi said. “Ma ka hana ka ‘ike — knowledge through action.”