The couple artists Nebyu and Hanna on Seifu show

An engaging meeting with Ethiopian craftsmen Nebyu And Hanna on Seifu on EBS. The Ethiopian-French craftsman gets her melodic impact from different sources yet her childhood in the Omo Valley can't be downplayed. "The Hamer are melodic individuals. There are solid tunes and polyphones individuals make consistently.  That is the establishment of my melodic excursion. I was extremely pulled in by that west African sound as well. Music made in Hamer sounds sort of equivalent to that. A similar scale musically rehashed words," she clarifies. "My father had an assortment of CDs.  Traditional, jazz, blues, hip-jump, rap, all the 90s R&B, soul. I grew up with that. I recall when I was 9 or 10 my father played a ton of Erykah Badu. I tuned in to Aster. I love Gigi. I actually tune in to those. I return to where my sound comes from. I got on those unknowingly and I have built up my own melodic character." Category Interview Commenting disabled.

The couple artists Nebyu and Hanna on Seifu show

An engaging meeting with Ethiopian craftsmen Nebyu And Hanna on Seifu on EBS. The Ethiopian-French craftsman gets her melodic impact from different sources yet her childhood in the Omo Valley can't be downplayed. "The Hamer are melodic individuals. There are solid tunes and polyphones individuals make consistently. 

That is the establishment of my melodic excursion. I was extremely pulled in by that west African sound as well. Music made in Hamer sounds sort of equivalent to that. A similar scale musically rehashed words," she clarifies. "My father had an assortment of CDs. 

Traditional, jazz, blues, hip-jump, rap, all the 90s R&B, soul. I grew up with that. I recall when I was 9 or 10 my father played a ton of Erykah Badu. I tuned in to Aster. I love Gigi. I actually tune in to those. I return to where my sound comes from. I got on those unknowingly and I have built up my own melodic character."

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