Hoku sang her father's song "I'll Remember You" at his memorial service on May 5, 2007 with over 25,000 people in attendance, the largest crowd ever assmbled in Waikiki.
Hoku got married 11 days after her 18th birthday.
Hoku and her husband had to move when fans found out where they lived.
She appeared as a runway model in Tommy Hilfiger's 2001 fall fashion show.
In June of 1999 Hoku married Jeremy Clements.
The first thing she bought, after signing her recording contract, was a Nintendo 64 game system.
She performed the theme song for the movie Legally Blonde.
Hoku was featured in a Twix candy bar commercial.
Hoku is an alumna of La Pietra - Hawaii School for Girls, a private middle school and high school in Honolulu.
She attended Point Loma Nazerene College in San Diego, California.
Her debut album was certified platinum.
Her father is Hawaiian music superstar Don Ho.
The type of music she performs would be considered Pop/Rock.
Hoku: (asked if who gets top billing when she appears with her father) Are you kidding? Definitely Dad; he's Don Ho!
Hoku: I learned from Dad that you can't let others define who you are.
Hoku: A performer cannot take interviews and reviews seriously. Dad told me from the beginning to not even read them because one way or the other, they affect you.
Don Ho: (on making sure no one takes advantage of Hoku) She's watched over. She's surrounded by people to make sure she's secure. I have friends everywhere, you know.
Hoku: My attitude about having a sexy image will not change: It's not who I am. I won't compromise my integrity. I would rather quit.
Hoku: Right now I'm living a dream, but if it stops I can come back here (Hawaii) and sing to 10 people or a thousand people. I'll always be happy because that's what singing does for me.
Hoku: (on acting and performing live) You have to learn how to be really unashamed in public doing all kinds of things.