Anyone who steps into the public sphere in Ethiopia is also a potential political leader. In this atmosphere, an outspoken musician runs a high risk of falling foul of the authorities. One such story unfolded last week — the inexplicable, and still unresolved, murder in Addis Ababa of Hachalu Hundessa , the year-old singer from the southern region of Oromia. The country is still stunned. Addis Ababa has erupted in protests that have left scores dead and dozens arrested. With the arrests of Oromo leaders, protests have spread as far as Minneapolis and London, cities with Oromo diasporas. Politically motivated killings are certainly nothing new for Ethiopia, but this particular murder has touched the biggest nerve in decades, in part because Hachalu Hundessa was perceived to be a man of the people. The murder is consistent with an ongoing story of musicians as political dissidents in a tinderbox regime. As perhaps the most beloved Oromo musician, he was a pre-eminent cultural figure for a third of the population — some 35 million people.
A man brimming with empathy
He is known for using his music to comment on the political climate of Africa, particularly his native Ethiopia. His song "Ethiopia" has over 19 million views on YouTube. Born in Addis Ababa in , Teddy Afro made his debut in with the album Abugida , quickly establishing himself as a prominent voice in his native country. Mixing reggae, traditional Ethiopian styles, and pop music, his sophomore LP, 's Yastesereyal yielded a major hit in its controversial title track, which criticized corruption in the country's government.
Undeclared spokesman for the Oromo
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