Afro’s melodic accomplishment has been credited to the fantastic messages that went on through his tunes. From sympathy to strength and from absolving to love, Afro has had the choice to break innovative limits that were at that point perfect. He has been stood out from Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley, somewhat, because of his ability to bring a political, extraordinary, and cadenced presence to his crowd of individuals. Afro is furthermore noted for his work with other energetic and awakening experts all through Ethiopia.
In 2002, Teddy conveyed his presentation assortment Abused, named after the “Abuja” or ABCs of the Amharic language. The assortment threw him on the overall music scene and promptly won him the enthusiasm for his family and individuals from changing foundations all through the world. A couple of tracks explicitly promptly got the ear of a huge number outer his nearby Ethiopia — “Halieselassie” an honor for the late Emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie I; “Haile, Haile” a hit single out of appreciation for Olympic critical distance champion and public holy person, Haile Gebrselassie; and “Mona Lisa”, an extent of human greatness. The assortment was named an achievement in Ethiopian contemporary music and was replicated on numerous occasions.
In 2004, Teddy conveyed his best single to date, Tarim Terra (“History was made”), out of appreciation for world record holder and 2004 Olympic gold medalist, Genesis Belle. The song got the sensations of the entire Ethiopian country. A music video was collected including film from other exceptional Ethiopian long-distance runners, and of Belle’s 10,000-meter gold altercation in the 2004 Summer Olympics. All through the video, Belle is insinuated as the new Abbess (“Lion”) in Ethiopian huge distance running, succeeding the unique Haile Gebrselassie. The bug is shown a couple of times recalling his guide Haile Gebrselassie, who couldn’t run the 10,000-meter race at the max throttle as a result of holding up the actual issue. The single raised Afro’s remaining as extraordinary compared to other Ethiopian melodic experts of his time and expanded the appearance of his ensuing assortment.