Tennille Amor is a singer-songwriter, activist, visionary, studio owner, and music mogul, responsible for the global hit, 'I Am a Girl,' which was first released at the United Nations as an anthem for International Women's Day. As an International Peace Ambassador, Tennille is dedicated to standing for peace and equality in all forms. She has been on the frontlines of peaceful protests for racial equality, as well as speaking out against all forms of injustice at the United Nations, and on stages around the world, including an event for Glamour Magazine, alongside Amanda Gorman, Yara Shahidi, Ashley Graham, Cleo Wade, Uzo Aduba, Cory Booker, Freida Pinto, and more. Tennille is also the Creative Director, Headline Performer, Co-Host and Festival Partner of 'Festival of Nations,' a multi-cultural music, food and arts festival that takes place in St. Louis, Missouri every year.
Originally from Trinidad, Tennille has lived all over the world, including Egypt, England, Singapore, Scotland and New York. She is currently living in Los Angeles, in the United States, working on her album, 'EVOLVE through LOVE'. When she was in New York, Tennille received mentorship from International Superstar, Shaggy, who supported in the release of her first single, ‘Not the One,’ on the ‘Calabash Riddim,’ which was launched as part of a larger project featuring other notable Caribbean artists, including, Gyptian, Wayne Wonder, Konshens, Shaggy, Rayvon, Kes, and Red Fox. Tennille went on to release singles featuring reggae, dancehall and soca legends, Mr. Vegas ('Fyah'), Bunji Garlin ('I Want Your Love'), Jimmy October, Inzey ('Forever Forward'), and Caleb Hart ('L.I.T.M.').
Tennille's brand is steadily growing across a number of platforms, and her desire to unite people through equality and love is what fuels her passionate drive. She has performed in 20 different countries, including The United States, The United Kingdom, Tanzania, Trinidad, Australia, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, India, Amsterdam, Mauritius, Benin, Uganda and South Korea. Every action that Tennille takes comes with unparalleled empathy and compassion for people. Her gifts, talents, and intentional career choices cultivated over the years have proven to be those of a Kingdom Builder, who is actively changing the world.
Tennille was featured by Sean "Diddy" Combs as one of Billboard and DeLeon's Top 100 Artists on the Rise. She was also hand picked by Diddy as one of 10 artists featured in a campaign showcasing emerging leaders in entertainment, with DJ Khaled and French Montana. Over the years, Tennille Amor has become a well respected name in the entertainment industry. She has written, performed, collaborated and/or been on stages with the likes of John Legend, Mr. Vegas, Shaggy, Bunji Garlin, J. Ivy, Pixie Lott, YG Marley, Taylor Bennett, Mystic Marley, The Ultimate Rejects, Jimmy October, Inzey, Rheon Elbourne, Sly & Robbie, and the Black Eyed Peas crew. She is currently writing with teams working with Chance the Rapper, Post Malone, Camila Cabello, Taylor Swift, Koffee, Rihanna, Cardi B, Selena Gomez, and Bruno Mars.
Tennille has been featured in a number of publications around the world, including: Forbes, Entertainment Tonight, Vogue, The Huffington Post, Global Grind, Hello Beautiful, Revolt TV, Complex, Glamour, Refinery29, TV One, Entertainment One, The Daily Express, Daily News, TT Express, Plenty Talent and MTV. She was one of Ciroc's social influencers, was an #Earthmover for CAT Footwear, the global brand ambassador for Quiksilver Women, and has been featured in marketing campaigns for MTV, JetBlue, Ford, Revolve and Music for the Cause. Tennille's songs have been played on the radio and TV in Trinidad, the United Kingdom, Tanzania, Uganda, Turkey, India, and Malaysia.
During the pandemic, Tennille Amor hosted a powerful series of online conversations, featuring multiple leaders in the entertainment and global impact spaces, including; UN Women’s Executive Director, Madam Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Paris Hilton, Ma$e, Jamie Foxx, Director X, D Nice, Cindi Leve, Randi Zuckerberg, Shelley Zalis, Swan Sit, Mumu Fresh, Chuck Creekmur, Aja Black, Bomani X, Kat Cole, Anthony Anderson, Nicky Hilton, Loren Ridinger, Leila Steinberg, Tanika Ray, Grant Cardone, Bilal, Tyrese Gibson, Eve Rodsky, Kara Golden, Tai Beauchamp, Amy Purdy, Gina Belafonte, Julie Wenah, Axel Mansoor, Fadia, and Malik Yoba.
Tennille is the Co-Founder and CEO of the non-profit organization, E.P.I.C. (Everyday People Initiating Change), drilling clean water wells, and focusing on community growth and long-term sustainable development in a number of villages in Tanzania, Africa. Her song, 'The Grace' (produced by Chance the Rapper's producers in Chicago), features the Upendo Gospel Choir, made up of women from one of the communities where E.P.I.C. has developed a relationship.
Tennille's song, 'Love Equals,' is about her vision for a future world, where Love Equals Us. Tennille Amor's music and public speaking platforms contribute a much needed voice of hope and unity in such a necessary moment in history.