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Endustry Entertainment Celebrates 20 years with Urban Island Artist Fiji

Music 21 May 2012   »   by TheWhatItDo
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Celebrating 20 years in the music industry, Fiji has been a source of inspiration for an urban island sound through out the years. He has created his music based on roots and culture and emotions of hope and love for polynesians throughout the world. Growing up to his music, it was easy to connect and relate to Fiji’s music as an urban islander. From classics such as Sweet Darling to Smoking Session and many others, Fiji is the artist that opened up a new genre for rising stars such as J Boog, SpawnBreezie, Anuhea, Common Kings and many others.

He has mentored many and has developed young artists with extraordinary talent and a driven humble attitude. But the music icon himself is a humble man. He loves his people and will do whatever he can to lift and uplift young individuals to inspire their young minds to hopefully lead a brighter future for the next generation in entertainment.

This year we celebrate with the fans across America and around the world Fiji’s 20th anniversary. Memorial weekend will light up in the northwest cities of Seattle, WAand Portland, OR as Endustry Entertainment hosts Fiji’s shows along side Trey Smoov and Common Kings. The place to be this weekend will be in the wet coast and The WhatItDo team will be there. So, if you live in the Seattle and Portland areas, come out and party with us and that’s WhatItDo!

Friday – May 25th, 2012
Studio Seven
110 S. Horton Street Seattle, WA
Presale tickets are: $35.00
At the Door: $40.00
Doors Open at: 7pm

Saturday – May 26th, 2012
Roseland Theatre
Porland, OR
Presale tickets are: $25.00
At the Door: $30.00
Doors Open at: 7pm


  • FIJI is Legendary. If you haven’t seen his recent rendition of the National Anthem at Heinz Field – You HAVE TO. Now that’s what I call passion. Amazing performance and big Thanks to Troy and Theodora Polamalu for helping out.

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