Teddy Afro, also known as Tewodros Kassahun Germamo, is an Ethiopian singer-songwriter. Teddy is regarded as one of the most influential Ethiopian artists of all time, known for his revolutionary lyrics and political opposition stance. Teddy has had a significant cultural impact on Ethiopian music and has influenced many young musicians. Teddy Afro debuted in 2001 with the album Abugida, swiftly establishing himself as a renowned voice in his homeland. His sophomore album, Yastesereyal, was released in 2005 and featured reggae, traditional Ethiopian genres, and pop music. Its contentious title track, which attacked corruption in the country’s administration, became a significant hit. The song “Hab Dahlak” is about the divide of Ethiopia and Eritrea through the separation of spouses. Teddy’s fourth album, Tikur Sew, was released on April 14, 2012, following his breakthrough. Emperor Menelik II and the Battle of Adwa, a colonial resistance fight between Ethiopian forces and the Italian Empire in 1896, are commemorated in the album Tikur Sew (black person). After his fifth album Ethiopia, the album was the most expensive and widely distributed in Ethiopia. The record sold a lot of copies on the music markets. The music markets required 500,000 CDs and 200,000 cassettes, according to AdikaRecords’ producer Ashenafi Zeleke, and the album was in the process of being sold.