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Singer to inspire

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, May 31, 2014

LISTENING to old musicians and singers at a young age was where 20-year-old Viliame Navoka, a new artist in the music industry, drew inspiration from.

Since breaking into the music scene in 2011 he has released a single and is likely to release an album soon.

Navoka started his music career three years ago when he was part of the Kaila Star Search and has used that platform to develop his talent.

The Nadroga lad says he hopes to inspire many young people during the All Back Home reconnect music event, and to learn a few important tips from legendary artists in Fiji.

Other acts include David Rounds, Vilisi Nuqa, Laisa Vulakoro and Ken Janson.








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