An internationally recognized recording artist, vocal coach, songwriter, style influencer, culinary enthusiast, media personality, and entrepreneur, Jeremiah Abiah inspires artists around the world to learn, love and live their voice. Jeremiah's creative talents and expertise have made him a sought-after consultant for national and international singers, actors, rappers and public speakers.
Recent months have seen Jeremiah contributions on a succession of innovative music projects, including upcoming music by Oscar award winning music artist Common, the NAACP Image Award nominated Nickelodeon film “Little Ballers” in which he wrote the theme song; vocal production on the Academy Award (Oscars) nominated film soundtrack, “What Happened Nina Simone,” and vocal contributions to the Netflix series “The Get Up” by Baz Luhrmann. Other network television appearances include MTV, BET and VH1.
In 2010, Jeremiah launched TheABIAHway, an artist development platform to enlighten, inspire, and empower music artists globally, expanding his reach beyond his personal brand. His influence and involvement has launched the careers of many current music artists on the charts.
Mr. Abiah is a proud alumna of Syracuse University and the New England Conservatory. A citizen of the world, Jeremiah stems from Ghana, raised in Italy and the United States. He divides his time between New York City and Los Angeles.
Fall 2017, Jeremiah comes to network television starring in a new tv show produced by him and SimonSays Entertainment as well as a new album with Blue Note recording artist, Robert Glasper.