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INTERVIEW WITH MAISEY RIKA

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Ko te tuatahi nō hea koe?

Ko Putauaki Te Maunga
Ko Mataatua te Waka
Ko Ngāti Awa ko Te Arawa ko Tuhoe ōku Iwi
Arā noa atu te iwi whāngai mai i au ko Te Whaanau-ā-Apanui tēra
E noho mātau ko tōku whānau i te tō pito o te Ao, te Tai Raawhiti
Kia Whakatane au i ahau, Wairaka Tangata
E ngā mana e ngā reo e ngā karangaranga maha, tēnei te mihi maioha, te mihi aroha kia koutou katoa. Tēna koutou, tēna koutou, tēna koutou katoa…

He aha ngā momo waiata i runga o te kōpae tuatahi?

He waiata aroha, he waiata tangi, he wero anō ētahi e hāngai ana ki ngā kaupapa puta noa te motu whānui.

He aha te take ka whakamahia i ngā reo e rua i roto i ōu waiata?

I tipu ake au i roto i ngā Ao e rua, ko tōku taha Māori te taha kaha te taha hohonu rawa atu, ki te kore au e kite i te kupu Pākehā, ka huri au ki te kupu Māori hei kinaki i ōku waiata.

He aha te take i whiria tēnei mahi hei mahinga māu?

Mai i a au e tamaiti nohinohi ana a  tae noa mai ki ēnei rangi tonu ko tēnei mahi te whakarongo te waiata hoki i ngā momo waiata a ētahi atu tētahi mahi tino kaingaakau ki au, engari anō te waiata i ōku ake waiata – he rerekē anō tēra tuahuatanga, ā, i ngā tau e rua kua pahure kau ake nei i timata mai māua ko tāku tungaane (JJ) te tito i a māua waiata.  I muri tata mai i tāku mutunga i te Whare Wānanga, ka hoki mātau ko tōku whānau ki te haukainga ki te whakatipu i a māua (ko tāku tane) pēpi, nā i reira anō a JJ e whakatangi ana i tōna kutā kātahi ka timata mai tāku tapiri atu i ngā kupu, ehara i te mea nāku anō tēnei huarahi i rapuhia, me kii i tuwheratia te huarahi nei ki a māua.

He aha to ahuatanga a wairua i a koe e tito waiata ana?

I ētahi wā pouri ana au, i ētahi wā harikoa au, whai ana au i ngā tohu o te wā.

He aha āu moemoea mo nga tau e heke mai ana?

Tuatahi: kia otihia e mātau tā mātau kopae
Tuarua: kia tae atu ki tēra pito ki tēna pito o te Ao tohatoha ana whakapuaki kau ana i o mātau waiata
Tuatoru: kia whai pepi anō ahau
Tuawhaa: ‘Be happy and Make our people proud’

I tae mai koe ki te Whanganui ā Tara i ngā wiki kua pahure, tēna kōrero mai mo taua wā.

E rua a māua whakangahau, ko tētahi i tu ki te Vintage Bar, ko tētahi i tu ki Te Papa, ka nui te mihi ki a rātau i tae mai ki te tautoko i a māua ,i a māua te honore!!

He kupu āu, whakatauki rānei mo te hunga e whai ana i ōu tapuwae?

Kia kaha, Kia Maia, Kia Manawanui i roto i o mahi katoa, i o mahi katoa mahia!!!

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