Teddy Afro is an acclaimed Ethiopian pop star known for his inspiring and frequently politically propelled melodies. Brought into the world in Addis Ababa in 1976, Afro made his presentation in 2001 with the collection Abugida, rapidly setting up a good foundation for himself as a noticeable voice in his local country. Blending reggae, customary Ethiopian styles, and popular music, his sophomore LP, 2005’s Yastesereyal, yielded a significant hit in its disputable title track, which reprimanded debasement in the nation’s administration. Four of the collection’s melodies were therefore prohibited from news sources, however, Yastesereyal’s deals and impact stayed solid. The next year, Afro re-delivered a prior assortment called Tarik Tesera, whose rousing title track went about as a recognition for a couple of Ethiopian sprinters and turned into another generally known melody. In 2007, enjoying some real success from his prosperity, Afro was associated with a car collision where a youthful vagrant was killed. Accused of quick in and out and vehicular homicide, Afro served two years in jail, however, there was a decent arrangement of debate encompassing his condemning by what many viewed as a pernicious government. Upon his 2009 delivery, he played out a rebound show at Addis Ababa Stadium for a gigantic horde of 60,000. 2012 saw the incredibly expected arrival of Afro’s fourth LP, Tikur Sew, an amazing, generally enlivened collection commending the clash of Adwa where Ethiopia warded off Italy to remain uncolonized. The collection was a significant accomplishment at home and fundamentally raised his profile globally. Reinforced by continuous visiting and high-profile appearances all throughout the planet, Afro’s next discharge, 2017’s basically commended Ethiopia, appeared at number one on Billboard’s World Music diagram.