The folks behind the 'Hawaii Aloha' viral video have just released another one

The folks behind the 'Hawaii Aloha' viral video have just released another one

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - In 2016, nonprofit Mana Maoli released its viral hit, "Hawaii Aloha."

The video, which featured dozens of Hawaii's top artists and more than 1,000 children from Hawaiian charter songs singing at 27 locations around the state, got over six million views, won a Hoku Hanohano award for best music video, was featured on Hawaiian Airlines flights and screened at the Smithsonian Institute and other film festivals.

Now Mana Maoli has done it again.

The organization, which supports culture-based music and multimedia education at 12 Hawaii schools, has produced a new video — called "Island Style - 'Oiwi E" — that's certain to be a hit.

“Island Style - ‘Ōiwi Ē” - Mana Mele Collective

Mana Maoli does it again! As part of the #ManaMele project, the nonprofit organization just launched this incredible music video that showcases the true beauty of Hawaii through talents of not just dozens of well-known artists -- including John Cruz and Jack Johnson -- but also about 1,000 of Hawaii's charter school youth. Details: http://bit.ly/2xBfOkE

Posted by Hawaii News Now on Monday, September 25, 2017

Like its predecessor, the new video features dozens of well-known Hawaiian artists and 1,000 Hawaiian charter school youth. Among the big names singing "Island Style" and "'Oiwi E" in the new piece: John Cruz and his five siblings, Jack Johnson, Amy Hanaialii Gilliom and Paula Fuga.

For more information about Mana Maoli or how to get a personal digital copy of this video or Mana Maoli's first viral video, "Hawaii Aloha", visit manamele.org.

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