My cover of the song “River” by Leon Bridges. This is one of my favorites. I almost sang this with my guitar for my last audition for The Voice. I sang Wild Horses with my keyboard instead. I played around towards the end just to see what would happen.

Hey “Fanily”! Here’s part 2 of my beat battle with the twins — my drummer David and my bass player Daniel.

Song :: Forgiveness
Song Credits :: Written and composed by Ohemaah Ntiamoah
Keys, Synths, Strings, Vocals :: Ohemaah Ntiamoah
Drums :: Ryan Smyth
Electric Guitar :: Chayton Woods
Produced by: Ohemaah Ntiamoah & Kostadin Kamcev
Recorded at Mozart Studio, Little Falls, NJ
Mastered at Ed Littman Mastering, North Haledon, NJ
Copyright © 2021 by Ohemaah Ntiamoah. All Rights Reserved.

Hey “Fanily”! In this video I challenged the twins (my drummer David and my bass player Daniel) to a beat battle on IG Live! Watch the shenanigans that ensued lol. And stay tuned for Part 2 later this month…

Song :: Chasing The Wind
Songwriting Credits :: Written and composed by Ohemaah Ntiamoah
Produced by: Ohemaah Ntiamoah & Kostadin Kamcev
Keys, Strings, Vocals: Ohemaah Ntiamoah
Drums: Ryan Smyth
Bass: Josh “Swing” Lozada
Production: Kostadin Kamcev
Video Production and Editing by Ohemaah Ntiamoah
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Me and my coworker sistas performing a medley of cultural dances from Ethiopia and Eritrea. I borrowed choreography from my college days as a dancer (shout out to the original African Queens dance group of LMU!) as well as choreographing some new sequences for this one. This dance features 4 cultures: the first section is Amharic, the second is Oromo, the third Tigrigna, and the last is Gurage.

Me and my coworker sistas performing “Fume Fume,” a cultural dance of the Ga Adangbe people of Ghana. This dance features jumps and kicks as is typical of religious dances. My coworkers and I performed this version at work for our Black History Month cultural event. It was great to bring my childhood choreographed…

*I do not own the rights to the background music or to the picture of Mustapha Tettey Addy. No rights infringement intended.*

Hey Fanily! I wrote this song about 10 years ago when I first started learning how to play guitar. It’s on my Beautiful Day album. I love doing this song live for fans — this is the Quarantine 2020 edition. Hope you enjoy!

Hey “Fanily”! Happy New Year! In today’s Loft Sessions episode my friend Drew Shaw and I discuss writing things down and practicing “thinking time” — something I’m trying to be more diligent about in 2021. I hope your New Year is off to a great start! Drew is an educator, entrepreneur, and author of the children’s book Rosewood Circle. Check out his startup Voyce Threads and get your own special pair of mismatched socks

Hey Fanily!

I love singing this particular vocal riff (probably because I love the song itself so much! Shout out to Jonathan McReynolds). Well, did I do it? Check out the original song here and let me know if you think I did it justice. Practice makes progress! And progress beats perfection every day of the week.
Let me know what song you’d like to see me cover next.

Ohemaah Ntiamoah

Born in Ghana and raised in Canada, Ohemaah is a prolific songwriter, singer, and classically trained musician.

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