Hoku Clements was born in Honolulu, Hawaii,
the daughter of Hawaiian music icon Don Ho.
At the age of 18 she became a pop star in her own right under the single-name moniker “Hoku”
Her debut single, "Another Dumb Blonde,” from the motion picture Snow Day was certified GOLD, and she continued to find mainstream success with such hits as "The Burrito Song,” and the Legally Blonde Movie Soundtrack anthem, "Perfect Day.” Hoku was a mainstay on MTV & the Disney Channel, the face of national advertisements with Bongo Jeans & Twix, a performer at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, and a runway model for Tommy Hilfiger.
When the demands of pop stardom began to chafe against her Christian faith, she walked away from her mainstream pop career and settled into quiet life outside of the limelight. She continued songwriting and began leading worship, ultimately discovering a deep passion for both. After dabbling in careers in songwriting and studio session recording, she finally set her focus on what would become her strongest and deepest calling: motherhood.
Scribbled prayers and journal entries became songs, and a vision for a new expression of Hoku’s musical gifts began to unfold — a merging of her passion for worship, her training as a songwriter and performer, and a newfound calling to share what God had done in her life with the world.
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