Singer & Songwriter Naomi Cowan, is no stranger to the world of music and entertainment; she is a child of what many consider to be reggae royalty. Born & raised in Kingston, Jamaica under the mentorship of her parents Tommy Cowan, OD (reggae music producer, songwriter & former road manager for Bob Marley) & Carlene Davis-Cowan, OD (international reggae vocalist). Touted as one of the top rising female artists in Caribbean music, Cowan was recognized as the Breakthrough Reggae Artist of 2018 at the 2019 Jamaica Reggae Industry Awards. With a musical background in piano and acoustic guitar, Naomi has developed a knack for finding beautiful top line melodies with catchy hooks. Naomi’s unique, raspy vocal tone and stellar live performance abilities have opened the way for her to stand amongst the greats. Notable moments include, being a 2019 Brand Ambassador for the Bob Marley Foundation, opening for grammy- award winning R&B artist Estelle, gracing the cover of Buzzz Magazine’s April issue, Performing on Reggae Sumfest 2018, collaborating with UK-based Fashion brand Coconautical on a Topshop promotion, and she has performed on events in Trinidad, Miami, Toronto, New York, British Virgin Islands, Cayman & across the island of Jamaica. Having kicked off Summer 2019 with her first European festival in London, Naomi is booked to continue performing in Europe on the Uppsalla Reggae Festival in Sweden and the BoomTown Fair Festival in Hampshire, United Kingdom. New York City will also see Naomi performing at the Jamaican Jerk Festival in Queens. Her hit single ‘Paradise Plum’ has topped several reggae charts and has become a staple in the new wave of reggae music. The former Miss Teen Jamaica’s passion for philanthropy can be seen through her work with youth in both Toronto & Jamaica. She is a speaker on the We Inspire Girls to be Strong Women tour, an island-wide initiative endorsed by the Ministry of Education where women empower high school girls through events and small group talks to maximize their true potential. Naomi also mentors youth through the Manifesto Jamaica program and We Transform Jamaica.