It might be disappointing for Teddy Afro fans, however his much anticipated fifth studio Album, “Ethiopia” release date has been rescheduled for mid-next week. The album has planned to be released this weekend.
The procrastination in releasing the album is attributed to a delay in the duplication of the original CD’s, sources told Dire Tube.
“Ethiopia” single, which is believed to be the title of the album debut released a week before is a much loved melody with having over 1.5 million viewers on You Tube at this moment.
Unfortunately, it was also early this week that his “Branayie” single from his album has stolen and posted on social medias. “Branayie” was allegedly stolen during the video shooting in Gojjam.
“Branayie” is about the popular love story of Bezabih and Seblewengel, characters of the late Hadis Alemayehu’s “Fikir Eskemekabir” literary “Love unto Death” novel.
As an appetizer for fans, a surprise music video of Teddy Afro’s “Biranayie” will be released on this Sunday, sources also told Dire Tube