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Kog Studio And Waiata Māori Music Awards

Kog Studio And Waiata Māori Music Awards

Kog Studio want to say a huge congratulations,
ngā mihinunui to the winners and nominees!

We were fortunate enough to be involved on no less than 11 of winners and nominees,
Mixing and Mastering their Albums and E.P’s.

Best Traditonal Album/Best Urban, Hip Hop/RnB: Manea (Album Mastered at Kog)
Best Pop Album: Pao - Te Manu (Album Mastered at Kog)
Best Urban Roots Album/Video: Sons of Zion - Universal Love (Mastered at Kog)
Best Male Solo/Best Song/Best Songwriter : Rob Ruha
(E.P. Mixed, Vocal Produced and Mastered at Kog)
JGeeks - Māoris VS Music (Recorded Mixed and Mastered at Kog)
Toni Huata – Hopukia (Mastered at Kog)

What a great night and Hastings style after party – just like a jam in the garage. As well as being a total step up with the Kai and Venue, the upcoming musicians are inspiring and super talented too! Thanks to everyone involved in the Award night, the Huata whānau and especially Lisa Paenga for your mahi.


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