“On the Clock” Features and Empowers Black Youth to Pursue Goals Beyond Their Dreams
Atlanta, GA — Best-selling author, social entrepreneur, and youth influencer, 9-year old Nicholas Buamah has recently become one of the youngest executive producers and recording artists registered with BMI. He released his first self-funded musical project on February 14, 2021, called “On the Clock,” a multi-artist hip-hop collaboration that brings youthful positivity to the topics of social justice, kid empowerment, and personal affirmation.The project is also highly acclaimed by the mother of Tamir Rice, Samaria Rice and the mother of Philando Castile, Valerie Rice, for how it portrayed their sons during a clip in the visual project dedicated to victims of social injustices while empowering the Black community.
Featuring 40 inspirational kids including 8 of the countries youngest business owners and entrepreneurs, “On the Clock” highlights and exalts Black youth as bosses, kings, and queens. Nicholas partnered with top moguls within the industry to bring this vision of youth empowerment into fruition.
With the lyrical genius of South Bend artist, “Million” and an authentic call to action by Nicholas, the song encourages and equips youth with the inspiration and vision that they can achieve even beyond their dreams and that their dreams can ultimately change the world.
Nicholas is committing a portion of the proceeds to build a community library in Ghana through his nonprofit Books Without Borders, Inc. The song track is available on all major music streaming platforms and the music video is available for viewing on Nicholas Buamah’s