Mykah Montgomery is a published author, songwriter, producer, actress, filmmaker, and public speaker.

She carries forward a family tradition of artistic innovation, as the granddaughter of the late world renowned jazz pianist and vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery, and grandniece of the legendary late jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery and bassist Monk. Mykah gracefully honors the Montgomery name with sophistication, professionalism, and dignity as the Producer of the Buddy Montgomery Legacy Awards. 

Formally with the Polygram/Mercury Records female trio, Emage, she has recorded and or shared the stage with Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, The Backstreet Boys, Brian McKnight, Black Sheep, Buddy Montgomery and many more. Mykah’s musical compositions received rave reviews in the UK and Japan, which peaked at #7 in just 2 weeks after their release.

She is the author of The Little Girl Who Wanted a Tail and Isaiah Wants to Read; books that promote a love of self and others (to help eradicate bullying), a love for reading, and entrepreneurship, for children in pre-k to 3rd grade.  The Little Girl Who Wanted a Tail coupled with its theme song called “Different” was written and produced by Mykah, introducing her daughter Mylaan Imani on lead vocals. 

The Honorable Elizabeth “Libby” Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland, declared Monday, April 3rd, as
"Mykah Montgomery Day." Montgomery receives this distinction for her diligent work as an advocate for children—specifically, children’s literacy and anti-bullying through her Leaders are Readers “Gift of Reading” campaign that donated over 200 books in 2016.
To God be the Glory!