Rob Ruha
Rob Ruha Māori Music Artist Aotearoa New Zealand
Rob Ruha x Auckland Philmarmonia Orchestra Live in Concert


Aotearoa New Zealands Platinum Award-winning Artist Rob Ruha's RnB jam Taera (Māori Language)
  • 1 Taera
  • 2 35 feat. Rob Ruha
  • 3 Alamein
  • 4 So Much Trouble Live Acoustic Tribute Cover
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  • country:New Zealand
  • region:Auckland
  • style(s):Maori, Contemporary
  • label:Universal Music
  • type:Band, Composer/Songwriter
  • gender:male
  • instrumentation:vocal, percussion, brass, singer songwriter, pop group, piano, guitar
  • artist posted by:InDigiNation Music

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  • Rob Ruha (Featured Artist & Band)


In high demand as the most decorated Māori Music export from Aotearoa-New Zealand, Rob Ruha is a boundary-breaking artist. He brings indigenous music into pop culture with sold-out live shows, major commercial radio airplay, charting success and multi-award winning titles in Aotearoa, NZ.

Possessing the rare genius of creating undeniable multi-lingual music with broad international appeal, Rob is a viral sensation with hits like ‘35’ and ‘Taera’ racking up millions of views and streams.

“Taera glistens with authentic Aotearoa roots.” (The Brag)

A powerhouse of progressive Māori music, his third album “Preservation of Scenery” won Best RnB Album at the Aotearoa Music Awards and attracted global attention with the opening track ‘Taera’ hitting number 1# on the Pacific Top 20 Charts while single ‘That’s where I’ll be’ went to number 1 in Aotearoa. The Tik Tok hit ‘35’ with youth choir KA HAO went on to pick up the prestigious Silver Scroll Award for best song in Aotearoa-NZ, number 1 spots on national charts and platinum sales records, catapulting Rob to A-rotate playlists throughout the country and abroad.

Among other recent accolades was the Supreme Matariki Award for outstanding contribution to Aotearoa and exemplary achievements in music.

“Platinum-certified Artist, composer and Aotearoa music visionary” - Mai Fm

WHAKAPAPA: Te Whānau a Apanui / Ngāti Porou / Tainui / Ngāti Tūwharetoa / Te Arawa /Ngā Puhi / Rongowhakaata / Ngā Ariki