Lole named best female Poly artist
Singer-Songwriter Lole Usoali’i now based in Samoa has won the Best Polynesian Female Artist worldwide at the international Polynesian music awards organised by FobbNation N'tertainment and held at Redondo Beach in California, Los Angeles.
The star-studded event, a‘who's who’ of the Polynesian Entertainment industry kicked off its first-ever Polynesian Music Awards on US soil to honor the past t and present Polynesian artists from all around the globe.
Lole was in the same category with Aarahdna, Marina Davis, Indira Moala, Dinah Jane and eventually won the award.
This is the third award for the artist, having already won the NZ Music Tui Award for the Most Promising female vocalist, The Best Female Artist at the the Pacific Island Music Awards in 2008 in New Zealand, and now the Best Female Artist Polynesian World Wide.
"I am very humbled and this is the testament to what God has done in my life over the past almost two decades being on the music scene.
Good things comes to those who wait.
The songstress whose most famous song , Arise Tu i luga was the entrance for David Tua's song against Shane Cameron.
It ended up hitting the NZ World Itunes Charts at number 2 and after two years, is still in the Top 20 Itunes Charts and No. 48 on the Australian Charts.
No commercial promotion, no fancy videos, but just good songwriting and empowering messages.