All proceeds will support Kristi Yamaguchi’s Always Dream Foundation commitment towards early childhood literacy in Hawaii Public Schools.
NA LEO PILIMEHANA, which in Hawaiian means the "voices blending together in warmth", is the most popular, most award-winning and biggest selling female Hawaiian group in the world. Na Leo consists of three childhood friends, Nalani Jenkins, Lehua Kalima and Angela Morales. These three Hawaiian women run their own record label; compose, record and perform music; they do volunteer work; play sports and they're moms. They are real women with real lives sticking close to their ideals and putting their friendship first.
Over their career they started their own record label, signed with Sony Music Japan in 1996, released 24 CDs, won 22 Hoku Awards, have been in the top 20 AC charts nationally with Poetry Man and The Rest of Your Life, and made music that's become part of our lives. They are the biggest selling Hawaiian band in the world, and continue to perform to sold out crowds in Japan, Hawaii, and the US.