Roots Musician Records and Rebel Sound are honored to announce Hawaiin Reggae recording artist Inna Vision has been nominated for Reggae Album of the Year by the Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts for his album “Link Up”.
For those who are unaware, the Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts trace their roots back to 1982 where they formed to promote the Hawaiian Recording Industry and the music of Hawaiian culture. The Na Hoku Hanohano awards are a ceremony which honors these Hawaiian aritsts and recording pioneers who have greatly represented and influenced their culture. These awards have often been called the “Grammies” of the Recording industry of Hawai’i, and are air on Hawaiian television in a similar style to the Grammies. The award is often viewed as a very prestigious award amongst Hawaiian Musicians.
Celebrating the ten year anniversary of Inna Vision, it only seems appropriate that he be honored by his Hawaiian Roots for all of his hard work and efforts he has put into his career. After making his move to the mainland in 2018 to further his craft, Inna Vision has made it a priority to embrace his Hawaiian upbrining, traveling back to the islands often to perform, jump on radio interviews, and catch up with those who were there from the beginning.
To celebrate “Link Up” being nominated for Reggae Album of the Year, Inna Vision will be hosting an event the night before the award show at Casanova Makawao in Maui, HI. All of the proceeds from the event help support Inna Vision’s attendance at this years Ceremony.