Tennille Amor is making a global change.
From UN Youth Champion to international music sensation, Tennille is spreading her craft with a mission to better the world through her artistry.
A combination of sounds to include a mixture of Trinidadian roots, reggae and pop make her songs of change entertaining but also informative; Music with a Meaning.
In 2014, her first single “Not the One” under Shaggy’s Calabash album included an island feel over a fun track reminiscent of a beach party.
Since then, Tennille has continued to thrive with her new album, EVOLVE through LOVE which was released earlier this year. EVOLVE through LOVE takes the listener on a journey into the manifestation of love with songs like, “I want your love” to another favorite, “Lion”.
EVOLVE through LOVE states the intention of “a worldly ‘one love’ for humanity at large”. Tennille’s desire is “to unite people of every race, class, and creed around the world”.
Co-founder of the nonprofit group, Everyday People InitiatingChange (E.P.I.C), Tennille highlights the major social and economic injustices through her philanthropic work in Tanzania. Her conscious lyrics and hands-on experience of the economic global scale make for her musical projects to share cohesiveness and spread awareness.
In 2016, her song “I Am A Girl” was released on International Woman’s Day, March 8. It tackles gender equality and empowerment within the female community.
Tennille’s latest project has been the promotion of conscious artists and developing the expansion of the love and light with the Artists Motivating Optimistic Revolution, (A.M.O.R.) movement. The network of artists under the A.M.O.R. movement are able to connect and work equally towards the success of individual endeavors.
Tennille is more than just a conscious artist, she is a movement. Her efforts towards the promotion of equality of people and spreading the awareness of differing social and economic issues has brought inspiration to all her fans.
Her projects A.M.O.R. and E.P.I.C., and being apart of the 5050 Planet Youth Champion for the United Nations, shows she has no intentions of slowing down the mission towards consciousness and spreading love. Her education and individual experiences have shown the impact one person can make through action and a repertoire of projects.
Seriously, Tennille, you go girl!