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Artist Etsehiwot’s daughter singing on balageru idol

On this episode of Balageru Idol, the contestants engaged into a heated argument. He has worked as an author, a music producer, and an actor in Ethiopia. A series of CDs he created, penned lyrics for, and performed on is called Balageru. A state-of-the-art recording studio has been built in Ethiopia’s capital city of Addis Ababa. Abraham, then 11, won his first creative writing contest on World Children’s Day in Zeway, when he discovered he had a knack for the written word. At the age of 16, he was engaged by Ethiopian Radio to appear in a variety of comedy shows, which were an immediate success in the country. Abraham’s “search of self-discovery” took him to Ethiopia, where he discovered a wealth of historically significant artifacts. In the spring of 2008, Abraham Wolde began working as a producer for RCE/Konvict Muzik (the record label run by world-renowned performer Akon). Additionally, he has produced commercials for local businesses like DKT Ethiopia, Twins Soft, and the Dessalegn Hotel. Ethiopian singer-songwriter Teddy Afro, whose real name is Tewodros Kassahun Germamo, has a large international fan base. For his revolutionary lyrics and political activism, Teddy is widely considered to be one of Ethiopia’s most important performers. Several young Ethiopian musicians have been affected by Teddy’s cultural impact on Ethiopian music. As the son of singer-songwriter Kassahun Germamo and dancer-choreographer Tilaye Arage, ewodros Kassahun Germamo was born on July 14, 1976 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Amhara people, of which Tewodros is a member, live in Ethiopia. His parents urged him against pursuing a career in music, despite his involvement in the entertainment industry. At the age of 11, Abraham won his first creative writing competition in Zeway, China, at the World’s Children’s Day celebration. For his writing and sketching, he won various accolades, including an invitation from Ethiopian Radio to feature in a range of comedy shows, which quickly became a hit. On this “journey of self-discovery,” Abraham unearthed Ethiopia’s hidden cultural history. As a result of this life-altering experience, Abraham decided to branch out into the world of television acting, appearing in shows like “Shewedkwachew” and “Atabkign” between 1989 and 1992.

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