Hula Abs and Buns Join Kili in Hawaii, her beautiful homeland, as she shares her love for the hula dance. As part of her popular Island Girl dance fitness series, this graceful and unique tradition is also an amazing workout. Hula is Kili's favorite way for toning hard buns and tight abs.
In the program, Kili combines traditional hula with fitness moves. You will master eight basic hula steps: kaholo, hela, double hela, kawelu, kao, ku'i, kalakaua and ami. This dynamic combination delivers amazing results as you dance your way to a slim, toned body with Hula Abs & Buns. Learn More
The WAENA BOYZ are six young enthusiastic, creative, high energy musicians from the island of Maui and have been performing together for over five years. Their abilities as songwriter are evident. This talented group, backed by their great capabilities as musicians and their crowd pleasing presence, has put them in high demand in their home town of Maui.
Raji Gaskin AKA, Pharaoh Papi, was born on the island of Maui, Hawai'i on 10-29-1974, whose skills include being a Roofing Contractor as well as Rapper. Papi, honed his craft in the Off-The-Rock studio where the music and production is unmatched in quality. The new sound is sure to change the way Hip Hop is Perceived. Papi has a clear vision for the future, he knows who he is and where he's going and a solid plan to get there. You won't be disappointed, sit back, relax, listen, and enjoy Pharaoh Papi. Learn More
Known for his sweet Lovers Rock style of reggae music, Micah G is heavily influenced by R&B and Soul along with an island sound. The album G-Style is full of catchy songs about love and positive living that will have you singing along in no time. Sold as is. All Sales Final. Learn More
Each week, the masters of the art of slack key guitar get together in concert on Maui to entertain audiences. This album captures a selection of performances by some of Hawaii's most famous musicians. Featuring the music of Ledward Kaapana, George Kahumoku, Jr., Cyril Pahinui, Ozzie Kotani, Keoki Kahumoku, and Daniel Ho. Sold as is. All Sales Final.Learn More
Husband and wife duo, Verge & Paula, have been singing together for over fifteen years, working diligently to develop their sound. Together their harmonies intertwine with intensity and grace, sharing their musicality in every story of every song. Their self-titled debut album includes works of original music; their unique songs reflect familiar feelings and stories from the heart, based on love, and life. You will identify with its familiar sounds reminiscent of songs in the past, and the innovation and freshness of the music industry of now.
With music influences of jazz, pop, R&B and Rock, all flowing together, and Verge’s eclectic, acoustic guitar chords, you get a renewed sound called, "Brown Soul- Island Heart. Their melodies are unique and undeniably grooving, like their musical spirit.
Verge Jepas has been involved in all aspects of the music industry in Hawaii. An accomplished recording artist and songwriter, musician, singer, and performer with various established musicians for over two decades. Verge currently performs with Brother Noland, and has shared the stage with many other legends such as Henry Kapono, Mackey Feary. Vergel has done his own recording as one of the founders of the local R&B/Soul group, CHANT.
Paula Jepas has over twenty years of service in the restaurant business and music industry; networking between the two. The music industry is Paula’s second nature, a child recording artist with the Keiki 'O Waimanalo, singer and dancer since the age of 7. A vocal instructor with SEN Music Studios since 1995 and professional singer, she has much experience in performance, stage management, and choreography for productions large and small. She too, joins her husband when on tour with Brother Noland as a vocalist and dancer.
Play and sing the beautiful music of Hawai`i! From classic, island-themed standards to today's top hits, these songs instantly transport listeners from around the world to a paradise that is unmistakably Hawaiian. 220 pages of sheet music for a lifetime of musical pleasure. Learn More
Homegrown on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, our six band members are bound by the love for music. Having toured the local music scene for about 8 years, we have gained many achievements that have gained us recognition in the music circles. Some of these achievements include a 3rd place standing in Brown Bags to Stardom 2001, 2nd place standing in Battle of the Bands at Zanza Bar 2001, and crowned 2005 Maitai rumble champions. Considered as roots, rock, reggae, our music is a combination of uptempo rhythms and strong energy used to keep the positive reggae vibe alive. We consider our music lyrically driven, putting focus on true to self messages. We have just released our first album entitled "Onward," which was self produced, recorded, and mixed. While we have over 18 originals, some of which are included on "Onward", that we can call ours, we still pay tribute to artists who inspire us by continuing to play their music. As we continue to play, our goal is to make a mark in reggae history, to spread our messages across the world through music, and to share our love for music with everyone. Sold as is. All Sales Final. Learn More
Prized for their unique petite beauty, Ni'ihau shells have been cherished by Hawaiians for many generations. Through time, patience and love each individual shell is threaded to create a genuine Hawaiian shell lei.
Now for a limited time only, you can take home these unique Hawaiian treasures photographed to perfection in this one of a kind calendar." Learn More
Reggae-influenced music can be heard throughout the Pacific now -- and this album presents a sampling of some of the musicians (from New Caledonia, Hawai`i, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea) who are at the forefront of this "new" sound. Sold as is. All Sales Final.
Faced with a heart-breaking loss, the Baraquio family found hope and inspiration in their shared love for music. The result is Lost and Found, a compilation of inspirational songs written and performed by nine Baraquio siblings, who launched their musical venture as a way to reaffirm life and the importance of family and faith after the tragic death in 2006 of their youngest brother, Albert. We ve been planning to record our music for many years and we thought this would be a perfect time to do it, said John P. Baraquio, Executive Producer for the family s new music label Tribute Records. It's an uplifting CD with a positive message that we chose to release in November because we will always remember the last Thanksgiving we all shared as a family with Albert just days before he left us. The Baraquio Family Shares a Message of Hope and Inspiration in Debut Album Lost and Found John penned the album s title track music and lyrics as well as Smile and It s Hard Til It s Easy. If our music can help others transcend difficult circumstances, we will feel doubly blessed, said former television newscaster Bernadette Baraquio. Bernadette and her twin sister Tess also have composed songs for the album. Both manage their own production companies, and are producers and co-hosts of the cable television show Living Local, along with three other sisters: the album s lead singer Rose, columnist Gloria, and Miss America 2001 Angela Perez Baraquio Grey. ALL SALES FINALLearn More
Born Jordan Salud, in 1985 on the island of Oahu, I.A. is the son of the World Champion boxer Jesus “The Hawaiian Punch” Salud, who is a local icon to Hawaii. In July of 2007, I.A. released his highly anticipated critically acclaimed debut album “The Kama’aina Classic”. The album spawned hit singles “Dat Island Sound” featuring B.E.T. and the monstrous club anthem “808 Party”. I.A. showed his skills behind the boards producing nearly half of the project. The LP sold out in stores in 2 short weeks. Prior to the debut album, I.A. has released 2 successful mixtapes(The Prequel, The Ohana Mixtape) pushing 7,000 units Sold as is. All Sales Final. Learn More
Tahitian Cardio Kili invites you to Hawaii, her beautiful homeland, to experience the popular Island GirlÃ¢âÂ¢ dance fitness series. Tahitian dance is the most sensual of the South Pacific, and can also be a challenging workout. Kili demonstrates this unique dance method she calls her " ;secret weapon" for keeping in shape and having a bathing suit-ready body all year long.
Kili has designed this workout to specifically target and tone legs, buns, and abs. You will learn three basic Tahitian moves: `ami, figure 8, and Tahitian bump. Combined with fitness steps, these moves offer an innovative and creative Tahitian Cardio workout to help you lose weight and shape the entire body. Learn More
On the heels of one of the best selling CD's of 2006 comes Back to Romance, a rare all-male recording of Hawai`i's leading men with the lush orchestrations of the Matt Catingub Orchestra of Hawai`i. Back to Romance represents a true expression of a man in love. From Robert Cazimero's dreamy rendition of "I Only Have Eyes For You" to Fiji's R&B touch on Paul & Linda McCartney's "My Love," each song was handpicked by the artists. What are men's most intimate thoughts of romance? With passion in their hearts and love on their minds, Hawai`i's premiere male recording artists and the Matt Catingub Orchestra of Hawai`i answer that question with Back to Romance.
From the Honolulu based hip hop label SIQ Records comes Hawaii's secret weapon Creed Chameleon. Holding it down for years in the Direct Descendants collective, the emcee returns after his 2004 album Love Potion Cyanide! As hip hop legends travel and do shows in the Aloha State such as Common, Hieroglyphics, Talib Kweli, Wu-Tang members and more... Creed Chameleon is the one who almost certainly opens the spot! A local hero and one the biggest talents to emerge from the islands and make his way to the mother land and worldwide. Positive, observational, jazzy and easy to listen to, with a diverse array of beats and flows, it's hard not to like this one. Featuring Joe Dub, Ion Myke, DJ Risup (of Hunger Pains), Mieso (originally from Japan) and more! Special Thanks to DJ Norm Rocwell for turning me and the rest of Access on to Creed Chameleon. Word!