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She is young, beautiful, energetic, talented and very proud of her Tongan heritage. In the music realm she is known as 676. She hails from Salt Lake City, Utah and brings with her a musical style encompassed in a variety of genres, all inspired by her Polynesian heritage. In school and on the radio, she grew to love and appreciate artists such as Mariah Carey, Toni Braxton and groups like En Vogue, Destiny’s Child and SWV. It was at home however, through family and friends, where she would shape this great passion for music. While her music is rooted in other more popular genres of today’s music, to honor her Polynesian heritage, 676 was chosen as her moniker in reference to the telephone country code of Tonga, from where her family has immigrated. She wanted a name that would reflect her pride in her heritage and culture. She is a music artist in every sense of the word—as a singer and a songwriter. She is known by her close friends and family as Neti Taumoepeau. Before she became 676, Neti was highly sought after in the local music scene. She could be seen everywhere from local school assemblies, to church functions, and Polynesian events. She earned a reputation locally for her beautiful voice and stage presence. In 2004 Neti began work on her own style of music. She feels she has found her way and is ready to take her music to the next level. Her debut album "Movin’ On", released in late 2006, sets her apart from all other Pacific Islander music artists because of its uni