The 'water war' brewing over the new River Nile dam. Ethiopia country profile. Pop stars in Ethiopia have been belting out tunes marking a victory in what is seen as a battle with Egypt over who has rights to the waters of the River Nile. In June, Ethiopia began filing the mega dam it has been built on the Blue Nile - which could have repercussions for countries downstream. Satellite pictures from July showed the dam filling up:. Ethiopians have been celebrating online using the hashtag itsmydam. This has not helped smooth tensions as talks resume between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan about how the dam is to be operated and how much water will be released in future.
Satellite pictures from July showed the dam filling up:
Being the superb artist for conveyance messages in his song and prognosis in nature, Teddy Afro dubbed as "the greatest artist all of time" and renowned for conveyance in political sentiment. 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. The song "Dahlak" talks about the division of Ethiopia and Eritrea in terms of couples separating. Four of the album's songs were subsequently banned from media outlets, though "Yastesereyal" sales and influence remained strong. His third album, Yasteseryal was released in This album was one of the most influential and controversial. Tedy Afro's brilliant lyrics and the release of this album coincided with the elevated political tension in Ethiopia surrounding the Ethiopian general election.
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