Ethiopia was a problem area for jazz in the late 1960s and mid-1970s. Amid this period Addis Ababa was known as "swinging Addis" and the music scene was ablaze. In any case, all that changed in 1974 when military fascism toppled Emperor Haile Selassie's routine and forced a time limitation, smothering aesthetic articulation until 1991. The thriving music scene was wrecked medium-term. This review content takes a gander at the Ethiopian account industry throughout the years.
Abraham Wolde is a fruitful Ethiopian music maker, creator, and performing artist. In 1997, Abraham directed his concentration toward music and left Ethiopia for the USA to think about music designing in Atlanta. He aced his art and turned into the driving force behind the main selling collection in the Ethiopian music history, Balageru. The achievement of this collection earned him regard among the music business society. Wolde has a capacity to comprehend his crowd and his incredible ability is perceived as he has had the capacity to consolidate both satire and music on his Chewata CD. Abraham likewise returned with Balageru 2, a tribute to solid willed Ethiopian workers. In September 2007 he discharged Balageru 3. In mid-2008, Abraham Wolde marked to RCE/Konvict Muzik (globally eminent craftsman Akon's record organization) as a maker. He has opened another best in a class record studio in Addis Ababa.
Another huge record mark is the Selam Sounds, which was established in 2006 with the vision to advance and deliver energizing and dazzling music from around the world while presenting new craftsmen with a real and one of a kind articulation to the general population. The name's most recent creation is by the Ethiopian legends gather Ethiocolor. Selam Sounds are controlled by Selam, a free, non-administrative, non-benefit culture association with workplaces in Stockholm and Addis Ababa.