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Majic + Amba Holly

Sun Sep 20th, 2020

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We wrap up Te Wiki o te Reo Māori at Moon with an intimate evening with two award winning singer/songwriters
- Majic with guitarist Te Whaiao Manga
- Amba Holly with guitarist Neha Gate

Majic is an artist from Aotearoa. She was the first female from NZ to ever record at TUFF GONG Studios at the age of 16 yrs and is currently the highest-profile solo female roots reggae artist in the country.

Majic has toured NZ with artists like Katchafire, Ria Hall, Annie Crummer, Betty-Anne Monga, Whirimako Black, The House of Shem, Tomorrow People, 3Houses Down, J Boog, and the Common Kings, & performed alongside internationals such as Julian Marley.

Majic has also performed at major NZ reggae events such as East Coast Vibes, Raggamuffin & OneLove , as well as international events in Hawaii (The MayJahRayJah) and at California's oldest Reggae Festival (Reggae On The River).
Majic received the Maori Female Artist of the year award at the 2015 Waiata Maori Music Awards.

Amba Holly is an award winning Wellington based singer-songwriter. Originally from Waikato-Tainui, Amba grew up singing on marae before deciding to pursue a career in music, composing and creating Te Reo Māori songs.

Amba won the Best Māori Songwriter and Best Māori Female Solo Artist awards in the 2019 Waiata Māori Music Awards. She was also the recipient of the Waiata Māori Music Award for Best Female Solo Artist in 2016 and 2017, winning the Radio Airplay Song of the Year by a Māori Artist in Te Reo Māori award with her track Mau Tonu.

So far in her career, Amba has worked with the likes of Awanui Reeder of Nesian Mystic, Troy Kingi and many others.

acoustic/solo, hip hop/rnb, reggae/dub, world, Majic, Amba Holly

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