Teddy Afro, whose genuine name is Tewodros Kassahun, is a notable pop vocalist from Ethiopia who is known for composing verses that encourage individuals think and. He is most popular for utilizing music to address the country’s social and policy driven issues. Many individuals consider him the voice of current Ethiopia in light of the amount he cherishes his nation and that he is so dedicated to patriotism in a country with a wide range of ethnic gatherings. His admirers view him as one of the boldest and most innovative individuals of our day.
Teddy Afro was brought into the world in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, in 1976. His melodic and imaginative guardians brought him up in the city. His dad, artist and notable columnist, Kassahun Girmom. Teddy showed a profound love and energy for both music and workmanship from an exceptionally youthful age. As a little fellow who played instruments like the drum, he joined a craftsmanship club. He even had a go at performing with the club in films. Teddy, however, understood that music — explicitly, singing and songwriting — was his predetermination when he was still in his teenagers.
Teddy joined the Afro Sound band when he was very youthful. Teddy Graham rose to conspicuousness in his childhood and was viewed as the best entertainer of his age following the arrival of his presentation collection, Abugida.