Asiedua’s Imprint
was birthed to evoke creative revolutions and bursts of passion in people of the African Diaspora worldwide.

Nana Ama Addo or ‘Asiedua’ is a writer, media strategist, film director and international artist & performer who has performed in Ghana, Jamaica and the United States. Her love for artistic expression and creative culture laid the foundation for her fashion shows, merchandising business and, of course, Asiedua’s Imprint.

As the product of a Ghanaian father and an African American mother, Nana Ama  has always millyrocked between these rich cultures. In 2016, she packed her journal and moved from the City of Brotherly Love to Ghana, West Africa. There, she embarked on a series of mystical and physical awakenings.

The wonders & disillusionment of actually living as a returnee in Ghana compared to the idea of how she thought it would be felt like falling from the sky. But! She still landed on the clouds. Nana Ama experienced freedoms she had no access to in the concrete jungle. This liberation gave her clarity to finally pursue her purpose: merging travel, journalism, dance, fashion  and multi-media storytelling to connect communities of the African Diaspora through dialogue, stimulating creative economy and artistic collaboration. If you love Africa, fashion, wholistic healing, self love, Ghana repatriation and breaking generational curses, then you have arrived at the perfect place!

This brand encourages Multicultural Melanin Queens and Kings to slay unapologetically, using art and entrepreneurship to proclaim freedom in all of its trials and triumph and glory.

She hopes you will join her along this journey.

“Loves music. Loves dance. Loves the moon. Loves the Spirit. Loves love and food and roundness. Loves struggle. Loves the Folk. Loves herself. Regardless.”

Alice Walker, In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens: Womanist Prose