Award Winning Author / Songwriter & Producer / Professional Recording Artist /Public Speaker / Entreprenuer / Community Advocate & Leader

Mykah Montgomery has it together. She walks in the rays of God’s sunshine.  She’s that sophisticated, spirited kind of fine that men can appreciate, and women seek to emulate.  She carries forward a family tradition of musical innovation.  Hers is a voice at one with sweetness, sensuality, substance and soul.

The granddaughter of the late renowned jazz pianist and vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery and grandniece of legendary jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery and bassist Monk has been singing since she could talk. 

The lady’s instrument of choice is her voice, capable of reaching soprano heights while touching emotional depths.   Blessed with the potential to redirect the sound of Gospel, Adult Contemporary, Neo-Soul, Jazz, R&B and Pop, Mykah’s sound is a refreshing blend of tender vocal styling and future popular classics. Songs of heartfelt truth and personal dignity are the first of Mykah’s gifts. 

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, and 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 its release. 

The Montgomery bloodline is proof: Mykah has inherited a powerful legacy of rhythm and melody, creativity, and innovation that transcends the boundaries of music.

Mykah is the author of The Little Girl Who Wanted a Tail and Isaiah Wants to Read; books that promote a love for self and others, a love for reading, and entrepreneurship for children.  

Mykah is the CEO and founder of LARs “Leaders are Readers” and has donated hundreds of books to youth in urban communities.

The Honorable “Libby” Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland, declared Monday, April 3rd "Mykah Montgomery Day, and she received this distinction / proclamation for her diligent work as an advocate for children—specifically, children’s literacy and anti-bullying.

Mykah is a recipient of the esteemed Jefferson Award, founded by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Robert taft, Jr. and Samuel Beard America's most prestigious celebration of the power of service to others.

Let Mykah into your life and listen as she exceeds today’s musical and literary expectations.