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Maintaining PNG’s unique sound
Maintaining PNG’s unique sound

In the era where PNG’s struggling music industry is greatly influenced by other genres, Sambra Aikit is one band that is trying to maintain a sound unique to PNG. Following in the step of pioneer bands like Sanguma and...

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Crime does not pay: Sprigga Mek
Crime does not pay: Sprigga Mek

Crime doesn’t really pay, says hip hop artist Sprigga Mek. His latest song Hatwok Mahn released two months ago stresses on this. The song’s hook goes: Hatwok mahn no sa pleiplei Maski luswik i makim kamap pei dei Hatwok...

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Siblings honoured to judge VF
Siblings honoured to judge VF

​The Sheppard band has had many “firsts” of their music career in Papua New Guinea. Adding onto the list this time is the first time to be sitting on a judging panel for a singing competition. Siblings George and...

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Kid Nesian steps into music limelight
Kid Nesian steps into music limelight

Most of you will agree that you always sound good when you sing in the bathroom. It may have been a payoff from these sessions or just the music gene in him, but Kid Nesian has already gripped the...

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Celebration of a Legend, A Bit Na Ta
Celebration of a Legend, A Bit Na Ta

“Music ties us to where we come from.” This message was stressed by one of PNG’s legendary musicians, George Telek. He is one of the Papua New Guinea singers to have gained international following with his local music style...

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Kumul Susa gives dAdiigii his international break
Kumul Susa gives dAdiigii his international break

Kumul Susa has got to be the hardest song, dAdiigii has ever had to write. The local artist and song writer admits it took one year to perfect the song that’s only four minutes and three seconds long

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Hip hop artist looking forward to networking in PNG
Hip hop artist looking forward to networking in PNG

Trigarow may have another reason to visit PNG, apart from wanting to reignite his fan base in his home country. The young hip hop artist sure knows the importance of keeping family close, by that, we are referring to local musicians. Trigarow hopes...

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NZ artist acknowledges PNG roots
NZ artist acknowledges PNG roots

New Zealand hip hop artist Trigarow has acknowledged that his Papua New Guinea roots has helped his music career. Trigarow, also known by his birth name Brent Sause, is from a mixed parentage of East Sepik and New Ireland....

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