|Intro||Nigerian-American Singer,Songwriter,and Actress|
|A.K.A.||Damarea Ogbuewu, Damarea Leah Ogbuewu|
|Is|| Philanthropist |
|From|| Nigeria |
United States of America
|Birth|| 8 August 2005 |
, Columbia, South Carolina, USA
Damarea Leah Ogbuewu (born August 8,2005), also known as Damarea Bea is a Nigerian-American singer, songwriter, dancer,author and actress. Born in Columbia, South Carolina, Ogbuewu began her music career at the 2018 Annual International Literary Arts Event. After the performance her piece, I Will still Rise, she became the first African to place in the history of the event. She later became the first Nigerian-American to win an international literary arts award. She began her acting career in the 2021 film, A Promise in Africa. After she grew interested in pursuing a music career, Ogbuewu began recording her song, ‘Awakw’ (2021). Ogbuewu has received various accolades and awards for her work, including being dubbed the ‘Most Influential Teen’ for Next Generation. She was also named ‘Woman of The Year’ by Speak Out!, becoming the youngest to do so.