Teremoana Rapley

aka Teremoana

Originally from Upper Hutt in the greater Wellington region, Teremoana Rapley is an Auckland-based singer and songwriter.

Over her career, as well as performing and recording solo, she has worked with Upper Hutt Posse, Moana and The Moahunters, Riot Riddum Sound System, David Parker, Unitone Hi-Fi, MC OJ & Rhythm Slave, Dam Native, Babble, Ermehn, Mark de Clive Lowe, King Kapisi, One Giant Leap, Del Rey System, DLT, Submariner, P.O.O.R, Mango Tango, Phully, Michael Franti (of Spearhead) and The Nomad.

Babble - Love Has No Name (Remix Edit)
Upper Hutt Posse - Ragga Girl
Teremoana, 1995
Unitone HiFi - Sitting by the phone feat. Teremoana, Bobbylon, Just One
Upper Hutt Posse - Stormy Weather
Teremoana, Submariner & Mark de Clive-Lowe - Life
Teremoana and DLT at Squid nightclub, Auckland 1996
Photo credit: Photo by Greg Riwai
Teremoana from the 'Four Women' video
Beautiful People
Four Women
Moana And The Moahunters: Minia Ripia, Teremoana Rapley and Moana Maniapoto, 1993
King Kapisi feat. Teremoana - Storm (2016)
Teremoana Rapley on the cover of Planet magazine.
Photo credit: Photo by Kerry Brown, on a Hensel front projection system and Mamiya Rx courtesy of Film Facilities, Auckland. Make up: Debbie Watson.


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