Naomi Cowan ADD

Naomi Cowan

Naomi Cowan; a reggae singer & songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica has worked in the music and media industries since she was a child. She was raised in the entertainment industry under the mentorship of her parents; impresario Tommy Cowan, OD (reggae music producer & former tour manager/marketing for Bob Marley) & vocalist Dr. Carlene Davis-Cowan, OD (international reggae).

Since the release of her singles ‘Paradise Plum’ & ‘Things You Say You Love’; Naomi has made a mark for herself and has been invited to perform live on several major music festivals and within the grassroots music community. Her performances include; the ‘Soul Rebel’ - Bob Marley 73rd Birthday Celebration, ‘Reggae Icons’ - a Tribute to Dennis Brown, Reggae Sumfest 2018, Dub School, Calabash Fest 2018, Tmrw.Tday Culture festival 2018; amongst others. Naomi has shared these platforms alongside top reggae headliners including Beres Hammond, Damian Marley, Toots & the Maytals, Beenie Man, Etana, and her vocals have been touted by industry leaders as ‘sweet, powerful with an unmistakeable tone’.

The former Miss Teen Jamaica; is well-known for her infectious personality, and has therefore done well on all of her television & radio appearances. Naomi’s personal credo is: “Live to Give”. She uses her voice to help serve the needs of youth, the underprivileged & creative community.

Between 2012-2014, Naomi mentored a group of teen moms in Kingston, Jamaica under her social movement brand NCouraged. Currently, She is an ambassador & mentor for the We Transform Jamaica programme. She is a co-founder of ‘Studio Bud’ a Toronto-based social initiative established to build creative confidence in Gen-Z youth.