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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. ewodros Kassahun Germamo was born on July 14, 1976, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Kassahun Germamo, a singer and lyricist, and Tilaye Arage, a dancer. Tewodros is a member of the Amhara ethnic group. Despite his involvement in the entertainment world, his parents advised him against pursuing a career in music. Abraham’s skill was discovered when he was 11 years old, when he won his first creative writing competition in Zeway, during the World’s Children’s Day. As a result, he received numerous honors for writing and sketching, and at the age of 16, Abraham was recruited by Ethiopian Radio to appear in a variety of comedy shows, one of which became an instant smash. Abraham then embarked on what he refers to as a “journey of self-discovery,” uncovering Ethiopia’s secret cultural history. After this life-changing event, Abraham moved to television to broaden his horizons, and between 1989 and 1992, he acted in a number of TV dramas, including ‘Shewedkwachew’ and ‘Atabkign.’

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