Ethiopian artists Abegaz Shiota and Henok Temesgen have been companions since their youth. Ethiopian music maker whose name is behind a few of Ethiopia’s amazing entertainers’ hit collections. Alongside an expert group of staff, Langano endeavors to establish an ideal music creation climate for hopeful artists and state-of-the-art innovation for recording.
Half-Japanese and half-Ethiopian, Abegasu Kibrework Shiota was brought into the world in Japan and brought up in Ethiopia, went to the Berkeley College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, and is one of Ethiopian popular music’s generally pursued, makers. Abegasu has worked on many collections on which he is credited as writer, maker, and arranger. Be that as it may, regardless of his part in Ethiopian music and prevalence, very little is found out about him. He for the most part disregards exposure.
Prior to working with popular Ethiopian artists like Aster Awoke, Bizunesh Bekele, Tilahun Gessesse, and Tewodros Kassahun, Henock Temesgen, 54 learned at Howard University and procured a degree in Civil Engineering.
He later went on to Berkley University, to move his complete consideration to the music business. Henok was a prime supporter of Jazzamba Music School, an establishment devoted to bringing the up and coming age of Jazz performers, with his long-lasting companion and partner Abegaz Kibrework Shiota, a well-known writer. Henok Temesgen: During the 1990s, I went to Boston University. It was the time where my profession as an artist started. In this way, at that point, the main thing in my life was being effective in the music business.