Sunday, June 25, 2017
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Amsal Mitke - Wedding music
01 - Amsal Mitke - Mushiraye (6:50)
02 - Tadesse Mekete - Amrobatal (5:16)
03 - Aserat Bosena - Ere Na Gobezu (4:22)
04 - Dawit Tsige - Tamrialesh (8:04)
05 - Bewketu Sewmehon - Asayew Lalayew (5:31)
06 - Amsal Mitke - Abajaliye (7:32)
07 - Mebre Mengistu - Govezena (2:22)
08 - Seyoum Moges - Ajeb Newu (8:09)
09 - Teferi Mata - Yidnekachew (7:59)
10 - Demere Legesse - Balezena (6:43)
11 - Aregahegn Worash - Mushiraye (5:26)
12 - Asheber Belay - Aho Bel (5:30)
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Elias Tebabel - Mamaye
01 - Shambel Belayneh - Yegetirewa Konjo (6:15)
02 - Teshay Amare - Borena (6:17)
03 - Etegne Atenaw - Derbabaw (8:15)
04 - Bekelech Tesgay - Abichu (4:45)
05 - Elias Tebabal - Mamayie (6:49)
06 - Maritu Legesse & Shambel Belayneh - Ambasel (8:13)
07 - Wushinfir Arigaw - Yabagersh Lij (6:53)
08 - Taddesse Gebrie - Tigirna (7:53)
09 - Eyayu Belie - Bati Bati (4:56)
10 - Worotaw Wubet - Yegojamwa Konjo (4:54)
11 - Maritu Legesse - Akalie Wubie (4:05)
12 - Elias Tebabal - Abejew (5:02)
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Bezunesh Bekele - Belaye (Unaccompanied)
01 - Bezunesh Bekele - Tazebkut lebehen (5:44)
02 - Mahmoud Ahmed - Fikir addis adelem (7:34)
03 - Bezunesh Bekele - Yesew amel (6:12)
04 - Bezunesh Bekele and Tilahun Gessesse - Be Hager Gubegnt (4:46)
05 - Bezunesh Bekele - Fikiry dehna hun (4:53)
06 - Tilahun Gessesse - Ande le-Ande (8:45)
07 - Tilahun Gessesse - Ajeb (4:48)
08 - Hirut Bekele and Mahmoud Ahmed - Tew zegeyeh (5:54)
09 - Bezunesh Bekele - Lebechaye (4:57)
10 - Mahmoud Ahmed - Alfeshign setehyji (5:06)
Saturday, June 17, 2017
Amsale Mitkie - Golluval
Amsale Mitkie - 02 - Atnekakugne (6:58)
Amsale Mitkie - 03 - Geday Neh (5:43)
Amsale Mitkie - 04 - Mindnew Tirgumu (5:44)
Amsale Mitkie - 05 - Yethede (6:41)
Amsale Mitkie - 06 - Yeshebelu (5:31)
Amsale Mitkie - 07 - Alech Alu (5:36)
Amsale Mitkie - 08 - Behg Amlak (4:44)
Amsale Mitkie - 09 - Zegeyebgne (5:44)
Amsale Mitkie - 10 - Zemen Endeseat (5:33)
Amsale Mitkie - 11 - Temechih Wey (5:04)
Amsale Mitkie - 12 - Bchayin (4:16)
Endalkachew Yenehun - Abay Mado
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 01 - Balageru Belugn (4:35)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 02 - Wa Tenekatena (5:35)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 03 - Gojjam (4:22)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 04 - Abay Mado (5:15)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 05 - Yeabesha Lij Negn (5:44)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 06 - Tegwaze Tegwaze (5:43)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 07 - Yalefew Amet (8:09)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 08 - Ethiopian Annd Yaderege (6:19)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 09 - Menjar (6:04)
Endalkachew Yeneahun - 10 - Woyne (5:24)
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
R E U P L O A D
Instrumental album of Hailu Mergia. These tracks came to me without tags, only with 1983 as year of release (ethiopian or western calendar, I dont know).
Hailu Mergia - 01 - Hailu Mergia (8:29)
Hailu Mergia - 02 - Hailu Mergia (7:18)
Hailu Mergia - 03 - Hailu Mergia (6:40)
Hailu Mergia - 04 - Hailu Mergia (8:23)
Hailu Mergia - 05 - Hailu Mergia (8:36)
Hailu Mergia - 06 - Hailu Mergia (8:30)
Hailu Mergia - 07 - Hailu Mergia (6:54)
Hailu Mergia - 08 - Hailu Mergia (7:04)
R E U P L O A D
Yemane Ghebremichael (commonly known as Yemane Baria), was a well-known Eritrean songwriter, composer and singer. Not confined to musical pursuits, Yemane was also heavily involved in Eritrean politics. He died of natural causes in 1997.
Yemane's songwriting strove to reflect what he perceived to be Eritrean experience during the Eritrean War of Independence. His songs were dotted with stories of love, journey, hope, immigration, and liberation. In 1975 he was jailed for the perceived political interpretation of one of his songs.
A few years after the declaration of the independence of Eritrea, Yemane moved to Asmara and continued to release albums that reflected the new era of hope and national prosperity, with a mix of African and Latin melodies. He also sang about the people involved in the movement towards Eritrean independence, and the sacrifices of that movement.
Yemane was also known as the 'Eritrean caretaker' due to his reputation as being of a generous, down-to-earth nature, and for sharing his place with newly arrived Eritreans. He is known to having helped many Eritreans adjust to diaspora life in Sudan and move to better places in the Middle East, America, Europe, etc. He was known for his deep sense of artistry and mastery of Tigrinya, the most widely used Eritrean language.
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Friday, June 9, 2017
Hi there, you are about to travel ... and I mean far away, in an alternative world where OZFERTI , the nubian wizard, is bringing to you his ethiohop tracks. Coming from Addis aboumbap, 11 chapters where ethiojazz meets Jazzy boumbap, psychedelic trap, progressive Dub and spicy electro. Beware ladies and gentlemen, you will not be coming back from this journey.
11 Colorfull Reworks of Ethiojazz classics mixed with electronica / hiphop and bass music , from Mulatu Astatke to Mahmoud Ahmed.
Netsanet People !
OZFERTI - Exit Addis (4:02)
OZFERTI - 01 - Welcome to Addis (2:40)
OZFERTI - 02 - Tezeta (3:45)
OZFERTI - 03 - Black Lion (4:10)
OZFERTI - 04 - Fetsum (3:27)
OZFERTI - 05 - Rock Haram (3:28)
OZFERTI - 06 - Netsanèt (2:36)
OZFERTI - 07 - Mahmoud (4:36)
OZFERTI - 08 - Princess (4:24)
OZFERTI - 09 - Sondéféri (3:19)
OZFERTI - 10 - Déwel (3:32)
OZFERTI - 11 - Exit Addis (4:02)
Monday, June 5, 2017
Rahel Yohannes - Ethiopia Hagere
01 - Rahel Yohannes & Teshome Aseged - Ambaw Lay (6:11)
02 - Kenedy Mengesha - Beworey Endatefechi (4:23)
03 - Rahel Yohannes & Teshome Aseged - Gelaye Nana (4:04)
04 - Asefu Debalke - Nalign gelawa (6:17)
05 - Kenedy Mengesha - Sew Alwetalignim (7:25)
06 - Rahel Yohannes - Tew Ataschenekegn (0:33)
07 - Asefu Debalke - Yalantema Yelegn (5:51)
08 - Asefu Debalke & Kenedy Mengesha - Ye-Hager beat Nafkot (6:54)
09 - Teshome Aseged - Yene Akal (6:51)
10 - Teshome Aseged - Zerafewa (7:14)
Saturday, June 3, 2017
The 2016 debut EP from Jazz/Classical duo, Nasambu + Kibrom, Peace, Love and Mercy, is a carefully sculpted 3-song vision of jazzy elegance, three years in the making. Starting with the release of Selam (Peace), as a single and music video in 2014, the EP was entirely recorded and filmed in Los Angeles, CA. Both artists are solo musicians in their own right, and also members of the internationally acclaimed AfroSoul band, Nasambu and The Mystic Nomads, but that very first time they wrote a song together, it came into being instantaneously and with such ease. A complete song formed in a few short minutes, and thus they became the duo, Nasambu + Kibrom.
A virtuoso composer and pianist, Kibrom Birhane creates the fluid musical soundscape for Nasambu’s lyricism and soaring melodies to emerge as a blend of soulful Classical and Jazz tones, combining Ethiopian and Western scales with poetry sung in English, Swahili and Amharic. Mercy, the second track, has a catchy syncopated groove that lyrically speaks to the large waves of mass migration sweeping across the globe in our time, depicting the universal hope of finding that mythical city in the sun where all the people sing as one, and ‘the glory of the light shines down on everyone’.
Nasambu & Kibrom - Mercy
(Official Jazz Single 2016)
The final single released August 2016 in conjunction with the EP, Take Your Time, is a sweeping, sensual love song, where the singer beckons her beloved to take his time as they carefully develop a love that is strong enough to build lasting legacies and weather any storm.
Nasambu + Kibrom - 01 - Take Your Time (4:46)
Nasambu + Kibrom - 02 - Peace, Love and Mercy (2:59)
Nasambu + Kibrom - 03 - Selam (5:18)
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
R E U P L O A D
01. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Alchalkum (5:15)
02. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Engudaye Neshi (5:08)
03. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Fikir Lebechaye (4:14)
04. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Meleyayet Mot New (4:17)
05. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Migibima Motlwal (3:32)
06. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Monalisaye Neshi (5:55)
07. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Sema (4:18)
08. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Yehiywote Hiywot (4:32)
09. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Yene Mastwawesha (5:26)
01. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Akal Aynishin (7:33)
02. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Bemisht Chereka (4:48)
03. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Ere Men Yeshalegnal (5:33)
04. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Ewdish Neber (5:40)
05. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Hulunem Neger Ayichewalehu (4:35)
06. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Japanwan WoDJe (7:19)
07. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Min Largechew (4:59)
08. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Min Yilalu Sewoch (3:50)
09. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Ououta Ayaskefam (5:09)
10. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Satewadegne Wodijayat (4:12)
11. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Tiz Alegn Yetentu (4:24)
12. Tlahoun Gèssèssè - Yehiyote Ater Nesh (4:09)
Monday, May 29, 2017
Interview with Kirar Player Tamene Mekonnen - Part 1
Tamene Mekonnen - 01 - Che belew (7:32)
Tamene Mekonnen - 02 - Hulum sew (5:04)
Tamene Mekonnen - 03 - Ambassel (6:49)
Tamene Mekonnen - 04 - Tekelkel (4:37)
Tamene Mekonnen - 05 - Tezeta (3:51)
Tamene Mekonnen - 06 - Gum - gum (2:31)
Tamene Mekonnen - 07 - Fanno - Erminew menew (5:37)
Tamene Mekonnen - 08 - Gra gebagn (4:07)
Tamene Mekonnen - 09 - Temesgen (4:21)
Tamene Mekonnen - 10 - Ibakesh atrakign (3:32)
Tamene Mekonnen - 11 - Ante ager zor bel (6:15)
Tamene Mekonnen - 12 - Satenaw (5:02)
Saturday, May 27, 2017
Original post by : Bodega Pop
R E U P L O A D
Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Shemanena Fetaye
1. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Lemen Yewashal (4:34)
2. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Shemanena Fetaye (6:56)
3. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Shuruba & Loti (8:12)
4. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Festal (5:26)
5. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Dengayena Biret (6:38)
6. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Yetnbualel Visa (7:18)
7. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Tewmenew (5:06)
8. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Work Work (6:52)
9. Fenta Bele & Alemayehu Tesfaye - Tewdemam (5:30)
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Reshad Kedir - Nunaw
Reshad Kedir - 01 - Reshad (01) (5:11)
Reshad Kedir - 02 - Reshad (02) (5:37)
Reshad Kedir - 03 - Reshad (03) (1:44)
Reshad Kedir - 04 - Reshad (04) (5:47)
Reshad Kedir - 05 - Reshad (05) (4:46)
Reshad Kedir - 06 - Reshad (06) (4:39)
Reshad Kedir - 07 - Reshad (07) (5:30)
Reshad Kedir - 08 - Reshad (08) (5:05)
Reshad Kedir - 09 - Reshad (09) (4:22)
Reshad Kedir - 10 - Reshad (10) (6:01)
Reshad Kedir - 11 - Reshad (11) (6:06)
Reshad Kedir - 12 - Reshad (12) (4:46)
Reshad Kedir - 13 - Reshad (13) (4:32)
Sunday, May 21, 2017
R E U P L O A D
01. Mahmoud Ahmed - ANCHI BALE GAME (6:43)
02. Mahmoud Ahmed - YENURO METENSHIN (6:14)
03. Mahmoud Ahmed - TEYIKESH TEREJI (6:35)
04. Mahmoud Ahmed - ASHKARO (4:40)
05. Mahmoud Ahmed - TIZITA (11:10)
06. Mahmoud Ahmed - TEW LIMED GELAYE (7:55)
07. Mahmoud Ahmed - TERESASH WOY (5:08)
08. Mahmoud Ahmed - ENGEDAYE NESH (2:55)
09. Mahmoud Ahmed - YESHI HAREGITU (3:31)
10. Mahmoud Ahmed - ENDEGENA (4:49)
Saturday, May 20, 2017
By combining element’s of Hip-Hop and Reggae, Pamfalon’s music gives a refreshingly honest look at the everyday life struggles and the uncertainty that lies within all of us. Aside from his unique and eclectic delivery, his music offers inspiration and lyrical substance that seems to be lacking in contemporary Ethiopian music. His artistry represents a lifestyle inevitable to a globally connected society.
This marks the core of a revolution in Ethiopian Hip-Hop history. He may not be a household name yet but Pamfalon is on the fast track.
Pamfalon - Dersual
EXCLUSIVE MUSIC INTERVIEW WITH EMERGING ARTIST PAMFALON
Let’s start with where you were born and when you moved to Germany
I was born in Ethiopia. I was 8 when i moved to Germany, and that was 1994.
You have an interesting name, what does Pamfalon mean? How did you come up with it?
I was a fifth grader when we first read a story about a guy called Pamphalon. He was described as a man of this world and was an imposer. There was another man in the same story who spent most of his life on an isolated rock praising God. He was always asking God for a like-minded person. One day God sends him to Phamphalon, to make a spiritual connection. He was very sad and upset, why God would send him to Pamphalon, who seems to be very worldly. God’s response was, that he shall not look on the outside but the inside of a person. I was inspired by this story and therefore decided my alias to be Pamfalon from the first day I started to rap. Back then, I had no idea about life. The more I matured, I realized that this name was meant to be mine.
How did it all start for you, your love for making music? Did you always have a passion for music?
Growing up in a foreign country without parents, I was looking for role models that would fit to me. And those Youth Care Workers were simply not it. On the other side, there was Hip Hop which happened to rescue me. I think, it was 97 where I started rapping and fell in love with it. From then it was just a logical progress; studying the Elements of Hip Hop, and do whatever I had to do, to be “real” in terms of Hip Hop.
I have to say I was not mature yet, all the things I was rapping about was not representing what I stand for now. How can you know about life when you are 15 or 16? But I was noticing that I was blessed with some talent. Then there was a time I decided to take time from the music world, because real life was chasing me, or the other way around. Though I did not stop freestyling and so forth, my focus has slowly shifted.
Your sound is very distinctive and different, especially in your most recent songs, How would you describe the music that you typically create?
I think other people should describe it, but there are a lot of different influences in me so it just happens to be this style, my style. I like all kinds of music by now, so the genre would be Pamfalon…
Who produces your music?
Well, it is different from song to song. Sometimes I just voice a riddim I like, or friends send it to me and I voice it, or I just produce it ; all vocal recordings, compositions and mixing are done by myself. All the projects I am working on right now are produced by myself starting from the scratch. There might be a solo guitar or a brass element that a friend of mine will play for me, but 95% is done by myself.
And Qedamawi Records?
Qedamawi Records, is a Music Label that my brother and me put together. Pamfalon is not the only artist on this label. We have really good artists that will make their way within the next years. It is going to be an Ethiopian Label to release authentic music.
You like to talk about real life struggles in your music, what inspires your song writing?
Whenever I write a song, I am always inspired by life. It is just a way I get over things. I won’t just sing about an issue and leave you there without a solution, but provide it within the lyrics, hoping it inspires someone dealing with the same issues.
I learned early enough that, whenever I open my mouth and talk through a microphone, no bullshit shall I spit. The melodies and styles just come while I create.
What do you want the message in your music to be?
The one and only message I always want to get across my music is God’s existence. We Ethiopians know that, but when you grow up surrounded by non believers, you even start to doubt sometimes. So whenever I mention God in my songs, it is not like I am bragging about my spirituality, but I want to encourage other to hold on to their faith.
Another thing, which is also on my agenda, but not in many songs yet, is Ethiopianisim. It is so exciting being Ethiopian, but what does it mean being Ethiopian? I do not have the perfect formula yet, but I give my best to find it out. I think all blessings come with a task, and need a careful treat, so I want my talent to be a contribution to my people. Though I haven’t contributed anything to my country yet, it is my engine that keeps me going each day.
And of course there are some other things I sing about, all I can say is that I am just a man with emotions and feelings. I am nor perfect or the best, but I try to be as real as I can get.
If you were to describe life, how would you put it into words?
Who are your greatest musical influences?
Probably not different from those of my Generation. But if I was forced to name just 5 : I would say Tupac.
Lastly, what would you like to get out from your music in the next few years?
I am working on my EP now, and also producing songs for other Qedmawi artists. I don’t want to put any pressure on me and talk about any deadline. It is done when it is done. Those who are following me, will now it early enough.
Pamfalon - 01 - Hypnotic (2:50)
Pamfalon - 02 - Almeshem (3:31)
Pamfalon - 03 - Dersual (3:48)
Pamfalon - 04 - I need you (2:50)
Pamfalon - 05 - Kokeb (4:22)
Pamfalon - 06 - Inasibihalen (Ft. Jacky Gosee) (4:04)
Pamfalon - 07 - Hedech Embi Bela (3:20)
Pamfalon - 08 - Idersalew (3:10)
Pamfalon - 09 - Inkwan Aderesen (3:29)
Pamfalon - 10 - Ithiopian Gyal (2:13)