About Fiji

In 1998, Pacific artist Fiji won Hawaii’s prestigious Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Male Vocalist of the Year and was also voted Favorite Entertainer of the Year.

∙ Fiji sang and cowrote “Let Me Be the One,” the theme song to Baywatch: Hawaii, which also featured some of his Polynesian-flavored tunes.
∙ He produced and sang on R&B/reggae star J Boog’s 2007 hit debut, Hear Me Roar, while Boog appeared on Fiji’s 2013 single “Lonely Days.”
∙ In 2012, he performed the National Anthem at Heinz Field before a Pittsburgh Steelers game, and he later headlined a charity Polynesian luau held by Steelers star Troy Polamalu.
Born and Raised II (The Rebirth), his 2013 LP, topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart and peaked at No. 3 on the World Albums chart.
∙ Legendary vocalist Dionne Warwick and her singer/producer son, Nomad, featured Fiji for her take on the island classic “Mele Kalikimaka” in 2018.
∙ He performed in 2019 with his idols Bruddah Waltah, Kapena, and The Mana’o Company at the latter’s 30th-anniversary concert.

  • BORN
    May 11, 1970

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