Tadias Addis – Interview with Ethiopian craftsman Betty G with have Seifu Fantahun. Bruktwait Getahun (Betty G) was brought up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She went to Lycée Guebre-Mariam, a French secondary school. She later joined the Commercial College of Addis Ababa and a French University, Universite de L” IAE Politier, through correspondence, graduating in 2009 with a double degree in Office Management and General Management.
With a music vocation beginning modestly during her secondary school days, Betty G’s height has today seen her team up with a few conspicuous Ethiopian craftsmen including Teddy Afro, Zeritu Kebede, Jhonny Raga, and Natnael Ayalew (Nhatty Man).
On Coke Studio Africa 2017, Betty G worked together with Cameroonian music bunch: X-Maleya as delivered by Nigeria’s Chopstix. She sings in French, English, and Amharic. The subject of Eskesta can be depicted as follows – communicating certain feelings and impressions from life through a common body development tracing all the way back to an Ethiopian clan (Amhara district), playing out these for the most part with their heads and shoulders.
These huge developments are extraordinarily affecting the Ethiopian native society overall. A portion of the thoughts and subjects in this dance is really propelled.