Brittni Paiva: a Hawaiian ukulele star

Hawaii, la terre natale de Brittni Paiva
Brittni Paiva is an artist who owes her fame to her talent and love for the ukulele. Known throughout the world for her incredible talent in the practice of this small string instrument, this artist who started her career very small seduces everyone of the ukulele. According to Brittni Paiva, between her and her ukulele, it's a true love story. This article provides an update on the history and career of this young Hawaiian woman of unlimited talent.

Biography of Brittni Paiva

Also known as the “Ukulele Supergirl” thanks to her song Thunderstorm Slack Key, Brittni Paiva is a well-known artist in Hawaii who has garnered a number of accolades since the start of her long and promising career. She notably won the Na Hoku Hanohano in 2005 with her first recording Brittni X 3. A piece in which Brittni Paiva used three instruments, namely the ukulele, guitar and bass.

Born September 28, 1988 in the city of Hilo, Hawaii, Brittni Paiva has origins as diverse as her music. Coming from a Portuguese, Danish, Japanese and at the same time Hawaiian generation, this music star trained in music from the age of 14, learning more particularly the classical piano using the Suzuki technique. His grandfather also introduced him to the ukulele at the age of 11. It was the click, Brittni Paiva could not part with his favorite instrument. . She then played Hawaiian slack key guitar and bass for the love of stringed instruments. Brittni Paiva said, "I want the strings to be my voice and portray as much feeling as a singer would".

Focus on Brittni Paiva's journey

Brittni Paiva is a highly awarded instrumentalist for her incredible musical talents. At 16, she especially won the Most Promising Artist Award with her first single. She also released her second album titled HEAR when she was 17, which won her the Hawaii Music Awards in 2006 for "Best Instrumental Album of the Year" and "Favorite Artist of the Year."