About Me

Nicholas Buamah is an 11-year-old Best-selling Author, Social Entrepreneur and Youth Influencer based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Notable for his young creative genius and heart to change the world, Nicholas published his first book at the tender age of 7, Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day, which became a Best-seller internationally and is now cataloged in the Library of Congress.

Born to a Ghanaian father and an African American mother, Nicholas is also passionate about his cultural roots and has dedicated his 501c3 nonprofit, Books Without Borders, Inc, to help equip youth in underprivileged communities, such as Ghana with educational resources to help them thrive and break barriers.

Nicholas is one of the youngest Recording Artists and Music Producers registered with BMI. He launched his highly anticipated musical debut, “On the Clock,” on February 14, 2021. Buamah is the co-writer and Executive Producer on the hip-hop track and music video, which brings youthful positivity to the topics of social justice, kid empowerment, and personal affirmation.

Recognized domestically and internationally by different celebrities, public figures and political leaders, Nicholas has received several accolades for using his voice and talents to bring light onto different community topics. He received the GUBA Award alongside receiving Proclamations and Resolutions from different city officials. Mayor Jazzmin Cobble of Stonecrest Georgia recently honored Nicholas with a proclamation and officially declared July 21, 2022, Nicholas Buamah Day in the city of Stonecrest. Nicholas has also received recognition and met with global influencers and leaders like the President of Ghana, Dr. Nana Kufo-Addo, Ambassador H.E. Dr. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah from the Ghana Embassy in Washington D.C., and celebrities such as Steve Harvey, Whoopi Goldberg and more.

His goal is to continue to utilize his creative gifts to serve, lead and inspire other youth to pursue and become the change they want to see, reminding his generation and generations to come that they are the future this world needs.