Indianapolis native, born Robert Moses Kekela Sei "HP" Tonini, has been making music for over 20 years. Starting out on the 1's and 2's in the 7th grade and eventually moving into the production and recording side, HP developed his sound over the years listening to all genres of music and learning different ways of interpreting his emotion and vibe into sound. A graduate of SAE - Nashville in 2006, he began to develop and hone in on what would eventually be his sound.
He completed his music business degree online at Berkeley School of music and eventually moved back to Indianapolis in 2009 to pursue his education at Ivy Tech for photography and graphic design.
He started Wavelength Music Group in 2009 and has since released a full length mixtape, 2 full length albums, and an instrumental series which consisted of 10 beats per month for the entire year of 2013. He completed this project with fellow friends and artists Hazardous, Woozy Collins, Big$hot, and Klassix Jones. In 2013, HP released 66 instrumental tracks.
The Lost Files was released in 2015. It pushed the sound of HP as an artist and songwriter. The album was released after HP lost all of the music to a virus. This was the last cd burned before the files were corrupted.
HP just released his most evolved and personal project Home. This album covers love, loss, and alcohol abuse. It fuses different genres and embodies HP's signature sound and delivery.
Also, if you are curious what HP stands for it is Hawaiian Punch. He was given this name when he first started djing and eventually embodied this persona into his music and presence.
Stay tuned to Wavelength Music Group to see what comes next!