Vida Mia Live Resident Artists
A curated line up of local talent
Kapua was born in Waianae Valley and raised in Salt Lake, Hawaii.
He grew up in a musical family
and was inspired by his family and older brothers to pursue music. Kaipo is one of the most versatile
artists in the islands performing, writing, recording, and producing Island Reggae, Traditional Hawaiian,
R&B and Hip-Hop music.
With rhythmic lyrics and unmatched hooks, Kaipo has also become one of the most sought-after
lyricists and composers in Hawaii and beyond writing for artists like Kimie, Kapena, and more.
A newcomer to Honolulu’s music scene, Nick Kurosawa quickly gained attention in 2018 with his show-stopping soulful voice and three solid releases: Home, his debut EP on Aloha Got Soul; Coast To Coast, an internationally produced single with Japan’s Your Song Is Good; and Yonsei, a soul-hop collaboration with beatmaker Ohtoro on Zenbu Records.
Koa & Yasmin
International Reggae Band Inna Vision continues to represent Hawaiian Reggae on a global stage with melodic rhythm, lyrical consciousness, and a relentless work ethic. Uprooted from the tiny island Maui, Inna Vision has toured the U.S.A. consistently since 2008 performing in over 70 cities and also touching stages in Europe, Jamaica, South America and Tahiti.
Lei Mau & Aj Keolanui
Kalei Mau is a Kahalu'u native who sings, writes songs, and plays volleyball professionally. She has played pro volleyball in Puerto Rico and the Philippines. Since the early days of Youtube, Kalei has been known to be a soulful vocalist and the one to bring her 'ukulele with her where ever she may be. Listen to her latest single entitled "Island Home" on streaming platforms.
With a diverse array of skills, guitar styles, looping mastery, and pitch-perfect vocals, Jason can deliver a full sound in a variety of different genres. Jason is a master-level guitarist and takes his craft seriously. Whether it be for your perfect wedding, memorable birthday party, or major event, Jason will exceed your expectations, and then some! By booking Jason, you can trust that you are getting one of the best in Hawaii.
A Hawaiian artist with a passion to shift today's reality, Liam Moleta is dedicated to reflect and show off the true beauties that lie within each and every one of us, His mission has always been to unite people of all backgrounds, and he does just that with his vulnerable approach to music, his captivating voice, and his intimate-acoustic guitar style.
Kekoa Correa is a skilled Hawaiian musician, self-taught instrumentalist & gifted vocalist whose range includes leo kiʻekiʻe (falsetto). Inspired by premier local talent like Nā Palapalai & Gary Haleʻamau, Kekoa aims to showcase his stylings through his love for traditional mele in his performances. In all things, he draws upon his strong faith and love for Ke Akua that was instilled in him from church and his ʻohana.
Bradda Ash is a Hawaiʻi-born Ilokano reggae artist, musician, & singer/songwriter from Kalihi Valley, Oʻahu. He's been performing professionally since he moved to Boríken (Puerto Rico) in 2015, touring the islands with bands "Los Hermanos del Mar" & "Predator Dub Assassins''. Since returning home in 2017, Ashton immersed himself in Hawaiʻi's live music scene, networking with the island's top artists. Music for him began in the fourth grade when he learned to play the recorder and ʻukulele. He dabbled in songwriting, then went on to learn the guitar and saxophone in high school. His 2019 trip to Italy was a cultural exchange between creatives from various parts of the world. Pre-covid shows in 2020 with the ʻĀ Collective band left him with another memorable year of live music. He founded Creative Natives LLC, a music and multimedia production company, in January of 2020 and it has been steadily growing. Catch him playing at various venues around Waikiki and Oʻahu. Stay tuned for his single "Find Me (Dub)" set to release on 4/20/22 on all digital streaming platforms!
Tiara Gomes is climbing the ladder towards musical success with her debut single, Hurricane, featuring popular local island reggae group Maoli. Born and raised in Hawaiʻi, the Waimānalo talent incorporates a wide range of musical influences in her work. She recently placed 1st in Mana Maoli’s Mele & Mo’olelo contest, in the Acapella category, for her cover of Allen Stone’s “Bed I Made.”
Keahi is a powerhouse vocalist known for her dynamic range, multifarious music taste, and stylistic interpretations of her favorite songs. She is a sought-after singer known for performing various genres as she enraptures the audience with her mighty and energetic vocal range complemented by her tasteful choice in melodies. Her tenacity for performing and her energetic presence lead her to opportunities such as being named one of Hawaii’s Emerging Artist by Haku Collective in 2021, performing at the Blue Note, weekly full-band shows on the Workplay Artist stage being featured on Mana Up Hawaii’s Virtual Showcase, and opening for Anuhea’s Aloha Always Foundation concert; all within a two-year span of rooting herself in Hawaii’s live-music scene.