Ankhmaa (singer)

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Musical artist

Ankhmaa Gankhuyag (Анхмаа Ганхуяг in Mongolian) (born in April 28, 1986 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia) is a Mongolian singer, actress, and producer. She was graduated from Music and Dance College of Mongolia in 2001 as a professional pianist. in 2007, she finished Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture. During the years at Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture, she met her present band members and became a singer of "3 ohin".

Music career

Ankhmaa's mother was a teacher at Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture which influenced her to grow up close with music and art. Since 2005, "Three girls" band released six albums, more than thirty music videos and three concerts.

Beginning of 2019, Ankhmaa started her solo career with her debut single "Bi Chinii Hairtai Busgui.[1] Later on in April, her music video for "Tengeriin Shigtgee" featuring Batchuluun from (Niciton band) released.[2][3]


in 2017, she founded "ANA Entertainment".[4] Entertainment's first film is “Uur Tsaigaasai” directed by Sengedorj J, author Battushig A, produced by Ankhmaa. the film released in May 10, 2017.[5][6]

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