Ethiopian Music: The popular Ethiopian craftsman Kuku Sebsibe (Dimama) – New Ethiopian Music 2021(Official Video). Kuku Sebsebe was brought into the world in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She spent most of her schooling at Nazareth school and moved on from American Mission. Kuku’s advantage in music grew from an extremely youthful age. Since the age of nine, she used to engage her colleagues by copying every one of the famous craftsmen of both Amharic and English music by utilizing her lunch box as a drum.
Her energy and love for music were supported by her dad, Dejazmach Sebsebe Shiberu’s practices at their home and his melodic, peptic foundation. She lived in Washington, DC, United States for a long time yet moved back to Ethiopia c. 2003.
At 15 years old, Kuku introduced her dad’s own property, just as assortments of different stanzas to her number one vocalist Muluken Melesse. The first occasion when she performed in front of an audience was at her graduation celebration at the Hilton lodging. Her colleagues familiar with her caroling pushed her dramatically and set her direction for a vocation in music. This melodic demonstration drove her to work both with Ibex and Wallias band.
She worked with the Ibex band at Ras lodging for the brief time frame and proceeded to be the primary female vocalist to perform at Hilton inn with Wallias band seeming 5 days seven days. Soon after her first gig, Kuku then, at that point joined the Roha band at Ghion lodging, turning into the principal vocalist of the gathering, and recorded her initially hit single “Ingidayenesh” with Alemayehu Eshete.