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“Hawaiian Lullaby” Features Top Local Artists

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Haku Records’ new Hawaiian Lullaby album, featuring Kimié Miner and top local artists The Green, Paula Fuga, Kalani Pe‘a, Anuhea, Josh Tatofi and others is now available for pre-sale.

Hawaiian Lullaby is a 13-track collaborative album uniting Hawai‘i’s new generation of musicians as they sing and share their favorite keiki lullabies and other favorites in both the English and Hawaiian languages.

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The Hawaiian Lullaby album will feature songs by some of Hawaiʻi’s favorite up and coming artists. PC: Haku Hawaiʻi.

The album features some of Hawai‘i’s top recording artists and favorites including The Green, Paula Fuga, Josh Tatofi, Kalani Pe‘a, Anuhea, DeAndre’, Kapena, and Kaumakaiwa Kanaka‘ole, as well as a special duet with Imua Garza and his mom Pamela Garza. Even Miner’s fourteen-month-old daughter, ‘Ōmealani, makes her recording debut in Songbird and Kawelokiliwehi alongside her mom Kimié Miner.

Three instant gratitude tracks will be immediately available to those who purchase the digital pre-sale album: You are My Sunshine (Kimie Miner), Pūpū Hinuhinu (Paula Fuga) and Hawaiian Lullaby (Josh Tatofi).

The full album will be available to the public on May 24, distributed by Island Heritage.


Pre-sale orders can be made online at and through the iTunes and Google Play stores.


Kimié Miner and ‘Ōmealani. Photo: Randie Lunn

The Green. Photo Credit: Jason Ko

Kalani Pe’a. Photo Credit: Bailey Rebecca Roberts

Kaumakaiwa. Photo Credit: Adam Palumbo

Anuhea. Photo Credit: Alex Klarc

Josh Tatofi. Photo Credit: Kimie Miner

Imua Garza. Photo credit: Imua Garza

Paula Fuga. Photo Credit: Crystal Pancipanci

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