Priscilla Ahn (born Priscilla Natalie Hartranft[1] is an American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She was a contributing vocalist on the original score for Pacific Rim, composed by Ramin Djawadi.


Ahn grew up in Pennsylvania, and following her graduation from high school, Ahn moved to Los Angeles, California. She adopted her mother's Korean maiden name and began to pursue a music career. She released her single "Dream" from her debut album, A Good Day, produced by Joey Waronker for EMI's Blue Note Records, in 2008.

Ahn has toured with Willie Nelson, Amos Lee, Ray LaMontagne, Devotchka, and Joshua Radin. Her collaborative efforts include Tiësto's "I Am Strong", Cary Brothers' "Maps" and Ashtar Command's "The Breakup Song".

Ahn has released several albums, including A Good Day, When You Grow Up, and This Is Where We Are. She has toured internationally, including tours in Japan, China, Korea and the United States.[2]

External Links


  1. U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2 (Provo, UT: Operations, Inc.), 2010.
  2. Priscilla Ahn Deliberately Deserted and Back Again