|Pōnga Rā||Pōnga Rā|| |
|I Te Pō (Rū-Cru Mix)||Survivance|| |
|Waiaroha (feat. Maisey Rika)||Pūmau|| |
|I Te Pō (feat. Kaaterama, The Rū-Cru)||Survivance|| |
|Mai Anō||Pūmau|| |
|Ka Ihi Te Moana (feat. Ria Hall)||Survivance|| |
|Tiki Tapu||Tiki Tapu|| |
|I Don'T Mind (feat. Bella Kalolo)||Survivance|| |
Whenua Patuwai is a New Zealand singer. He is known for his appearance on the first New Zealand series of The X Factor where he was the runner-up. Competing in the Boys category, he was mentored by Ruby Frost. His debut single "Something Special" was released in July 2013 and peaked at number three in the New Zealand singles chart. His debut album The Soul Sessions was released in June 2014 and debuted at number four in the album chart.
Tomorrow People is a seven-piece New Zealand reggae band that formed in 2010. Their debut album ONE was released on 1 June 2012 under Illegal Musik / Warner Music and debuted at Number One on the New Zealand charts. It was later certified Gold. They have also released an EP called ONE.5 in 2014, and a full-length album called Bass & Bassinets in 2015. Their latest EP "BBQ" Reggae was released in January 2018 and debuted at Number One in New Zealand.