Fiji takes part in NSA Sumer Camp


The ongoing Natibu Sports Association summer camp continues to provide meaningful and fun activities to children-participants, with music sensations Fiji and Sistah Robi Kahakalau making special surprise guest appearance and performance.

The NSA Summer Camp was launched last week in partnership with Best Sunshine International, Ltd.’s Corporate Social Responsibility. This is a 10-day program for children aged 6 to 12 who will have the opportunity to learn various subject matters in unique programs designed to engaged and prepare them prior to the opening of classes.

“I’m very grateful. These are moments that I treasure and are very special. I didn’t know what to expect today and I was just so overwhelmed and humbled with how the kids were so open to receive us when we came and how nice they were,” Fiji said.

“It’s more nerve-racking for me to be with the kids. It’s easy to put on a show and do your thing, but when you come in front of children, they see right through you. This was a beautiful experience and they made me feel very comfortable. I hope that many more artists get to experience what I experienced today,” he added.

Fiji is currently on island conducting a music and voice lesson seminar upon the invitation of Gov. Ralph DLG Torres. BSI-CSR executive director Geralyn Dela Cruz reached out to the governor, who in turn gladly facilitated the appearance of Fiji and Sistah Robi at the NSA Summer Camp.

Fiji and Sistah Robi were treated first by special performances by the young campers who share the same passion and love for music.

Six-year-old NSA summer camp participant Sinahi Santos took the stage and performed a local favorite titled “Gof Bonito” by KC Deleon Guerrero, while 11-year-old Ignacio Santos sang a modern favorite “7 years” by Lukas Graham.

“It’s my first time to actually sing in front of a musician like Fiji,” said participant Santos. “Performing with Fiji makes me feel happier to finally sing in front of a musician. Fiji told me earlier that I should go to voice lessons. I want to say thank you to Best Sunshine for bringing him here because that’s what I always wanted to do was sing in front of him.”

Best Sunshine CSR representative Nate Ada also shared his musical talent by singing “I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Kelly and the children mimicked Fiji as he waved his hands in the air swaying to Ada’s performance.

Fiji then took the stage and performed a few numbers alongside Sistah Robi for the children leaving them with endless smiles. The children gathered around the music sensation shortly after receiving personal autographs and photos alongside the adored singer.

At the end of his performance, Fiji commended the BSI-CSR team.

“I want to commend Best Sunshine for doing this for the kids because it is so important: You’re raising a generation of kids that will never forget this unique experience,” Fiji disclosed. “The way they interact with each other and how they encourage one another is very rare in this day and age. I see the kids love you and I see the lover in their eyes. They’re enjoying this program and it’s something fun for them. I would love my kids to be a part of a program like this. Thank you Best Sunshine and all the CSR staff.”

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