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Judge Abreham’s reaction to this one contestant’s talent

In this episode of Balageru Idol, the contestants engaged into a heated debate. He has worked as a novelist, a music producer, and an actor in Ethiopia. He produced, wrote songs for, and performed on Balageru, a collection of CDs. A cutting-edge 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, and discovered he had a talent for the written word. At the age of 16, he was engaged by Ethiopian Radio to appear in a variety of comedy shows, which became instant hits in the country. Abraham’s “search for self-discovery” took him to Ethiopia, where he discovered numerous historically significant items. Teddy Afro, whose real name is Tewodros Kassahun Germamo, is an Ethiopian singer-songwriter with a worldwide fan base. Due to his revolutionary songs and political activism, Teddy is largely regarded as one of Ethiopia’s most important performers. Teddy’s cultural mark on Ethiopian music has influenced a new generation of Ethiopian musicians. On July 14, 1976, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, ewodros Kassahun Germamo was born to singer-songwriter Kassahun Germamo and dancer-choreographer Tilaye Arage. The Amhara people, of which Tewodros is a member, live in Ethiopia. Despite his involvement in the entertainment industry, his parents warned him to stay away from it.

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