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“With perhaps the largest following of any Hawaiian female artist, and consistently in the Top Ten countdown on IslandBeats.com, this beautiful island rose will have you falling in love with her “Simple Love Song” swag! ...... With music and culture, and a sound as beautiful as she is kind, Anuhea is part of an Island Music Movement that is spreading Aloha and helping Pacific Islanders gain even more exposure. She is an inspiring person, a talented musician, and definitely Whatitdo!”
“Comparisons to artists like Jewel, Colbie Caillat and Anna Nalick are unavoidable. She's got that whole folksy, barefoot-girl-and-a-guitar vibe. But there's no mistaking that Anuhea comes from these Islands, an influence that no one else can claim. Except for Jack Johnson.”
“You know how sometimes, when you're out on the town, eating and drinking with your homies, background music is just that, background music? Well, once you hear her voice, there's no way that one Anuhea Jenkins can ever be considered background again.”
“As a composer, she’s already got a sharp and engaging voice, exploring the joys of flirting with boys and the trials of working a coffee shop job, and squeezing in Anchorman and Jay-Z references along the way (“99 problems but a twitch ain’t one”).”
“Don't let the name fool you. Although Anuhea was born and raised in Hawaii, her sound is mainstream major market. Not many artists can be put in the class of Ben Harper and Jack Johnson, but Anuhea sure has what it takes.”
“There are those that are at the forefront of the changing local music scene, and Anuhea Jenkins is right there with the best of them. Anuhea is a blend of young acoustic soul infused with a pop/R&B flare reminiscent of TLC.”
“Meet Anuhea Jenkins. Singer, songwriter, guitarist ... and Hawai'i's biggest pop music export since Jack Johnson? Sure, everyone wants to be known as the next Jack Johnson, but Anuhea ... well, she just might the one.”
“Despite proclamations that she's "kind of a big deal," singer-songwriter Anuhea Jenkins exhibits a semblance of modesty when she talks about her debut album, released earlier this week.”
"If you're wondering what kind of buzz an opening act can have, check out local girl Anuhea, who opened last weekend for Amos Lee at NextDoor. Lee was good, but we're hearing more about Anuhea's inevitable rise. Yes, she's that good..."