Noah Sammak

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Noah Sammak (born 4 December 1999 Sydney, Australia) is an Australian poet and songwriter[1][2] currently residing in New York.[3] One of the singles he collaborated on is Justin Bieber’s "Yummy".[4]


Noah is primarily known for his eloquent spoken-word performances. 20-year-old Noah has some accolades outside of his musical contribution[5]. Born to Syrian parents, Noah began writing poems as a pre-teen. He crafted raw pieces inspired by his upbringing. Common themes found throughout his works include: abuse, femininity, self-care, love and heartbreak. Noah pre-published a book titled Shade[6]s[7], a collection of prose and poetry about survival.