R&B/soul duo Adeaze is comprised of NZ born brothers Feagaigafou and Logovii Tupa’i, otherwise known as Nainz and Viiz.
Born of Samoan decent, the brothers were brought up in a large family and started their musical career at the tender ages of 4 and 5 respectively. Growing up playing music in the church, and singing in front of small audiences, the brothers honed their instrumental and performance skills.
Adeaze are the architects of their own sound, featuring soaring harmonies and emotive song writing.
The duo released their debut album Always and for Real in 2004, which includes the number-one hit "Getting Stronger", their cover version of Bee Gees's song "How Deep Is Your Love", and "A Life with You"—which is sampled for Mariah Carey's "Your Girl" from the 2005 album, The Emancipation of Mimi. The album reached the number one position on the New Zealand album charts in 2004.