Tamwah Williams



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For many indigenous cultures, including my own, nature is not something to be conquered or exploited but rather revered and protected as an integral part of our existence. The Amazon jungle is one of the most bio-diverse regions on earth, home to countless species of plants and animals that are still undiscovered by science. As an artist, I draw inspiration from this rich tapestry of life that surrounds us.

My music reflects this connection to nature through its use of traditional instruments and sounds that evoke the rhythms of the natural world. Through my work as a producer, I strive to create music that not only entertains but also educates people about the importance of preserving our planet’s fragile ecosystems.

The Amazon jungle is more than just a physical place for me, as a First Nations Australian artist and music producer. It represents a deep spiritual connection to Mother Nature and all her wonders. My heritage has instilled in me a profound respect for the natural world, and the Amazon jungle holds a special place in my heart. 

In short, the Amazon jungle represents everything that is precious to me as an artist – creativity, spirituality, and environmental stewardship. It reminds us that we are all connected to each other through Mother Nature and have a responsibility to protect her for future generations.

Artists Bio

Tamwah is a conscious first-nation Australian Artist & Producer currently making waves in the Caribbean. A multi-dimensional artist with a dynamic voice, that flows between smooth R&B melodies, lush harmonies and rap.  Tamwah is a song woman who is ever-evolving. 
As a producer, Tamwah’s music is a playful weaving of feminine frequencies—an organic, synthesis of tropical, RnB, reggae, hip hop and Latin music.
Her songs are a celebration of life, nature and resilience. Tamwah’s latest self-produced LP, “Love like Water” (2021), advocates for the sacredness of water whilst amplifying the voices of both indigenous & female artists. Tamwah’s LP features collaborations with other talented global independent artists, like Miya Quaill (Australia), Zaynab Wilson (Canada), Kattimoni—and more!!!

“Warrajamba” (feat Miya Quaill), a sweet samba song about a mermaid, is nominated for the prestigious 2023 APRA Song of the Year!!  “Warrajamba” and “Elevate”, tracks 2 and 4 from Tamwah’s LP, were selected to be part of “First Sounds” VOL 3+8, curated by FNMA’s IndigiTUBE & distributed to over 200+ community radio stations across Australia.

Tamwah’s NEW song “Amazonia”, is inspired by her love & reverence for the Amazon rainforest & the knowing that we must protect the Amazon rainforest, to ensure a healthy future for our home planet, Earth.

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