is a West African-born Canadian rapper/songwriter, born in Port Harcourt, Nigeria on August 28, 1995 (20 years old). With family moving around every couple of years, she grew up in a variety of different continents such as Asia, North America and Europe, living in Muscat, Oman, Calgary, Canada, and Den Haag, the Netherlands. In 2007, at the age of 12, she moved to Den Haag, the Netherlands, where she attended a British International School. After school Ai’ma would watch TV either in English with Dutch subtitles or all Dutch cartoons. By 2008 Ai’ma had learned to speak Dutch, realizing that she had a natural skill for and drive towards linguistics. Today, she is bilingual in English and Dutch, and understands Yoruba and French. At the age of 15, Ai’ma started to write raps to help her study for quizzes and tests in class, particularly biology. She remembers seeing an episode of “Hannah Montana,” where they made up a song to learn the 206 bones of he body for a test and using it as inspiration and to keep her motivated and help with the boredom of school. It worked! She became more interested in the art realizing how her mind easily fit rhymes together in unique and intriguing ways. Over time, Ai’ma started rapping over beats and eventually began writing her own songs. At the age of 20, Ai’ma now lives in Toronto, Ontario and aspires to further her talent in and broaden her sound to inspire others across the world. The music of Ai’ma is influenced by everything from a variety of hip hop artists such as Eminem, J.Cole, Kanye West and Tinie Tempah, but also house artists like, Skrillex, Diplo and the Dutch artist Yellow Claw.