Meeting with craftsman Tsedenia Gebremarkos. Tsedenia Gebremarkos is an Ethiopian vocalist and musician. Referred to in mainstream society, Tsedenia got Kora Award for the 2004 single “Ewedhalehu” and drove her to worldwide interconnection with noticeable artists. She is known for the pop classification while additionally performing Ethiopian music and dominatingly sings in English and Amharic dialects.
She additionally sang two tunes on the collection Punt (Made in Ethiopia) by Invisible System delivered on Harper Diabate Records and created by Dub Colossus cousin Dan Harper. Tsedenia additionally delivered “Yefikir Girma” in 2015, turning into the best hit.
Tsedenia Gebremarkos was brought into the world in 1972 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Tsedenia started her vocation subsequent to delivering the introduction collection Bisetegn in 2004. The melody “Neh Yelijinete” is the header of the collection, describes her romantic tale. She shared the Kora Awards under the best East African female craftsman class in 2004 by her tune “Ewedhalehu”, with Achien’g Abura (Kenya) for her tune “Toto Wangu”.
Tsedenia has worked with the Ethiopian name band Dub Colossus. They delivered an EP, A Town Called Addis in June 2008 through Real World Records, and a full-length LP collection of a similar name was delivered in August 2008 only through the Bowers and Wilkins Music Club.