Gigi, Teddy Afro, Tilahun Gessesse, and Mahmoud Ahmed are internationally recognized vocalists. Because of his strong tenor voice, Tilahun Gessesse was dubbed “The Voice” in the twentieth century. Teddy Afro’s debut album, Abugida, was a chart-topper for his generation, and “Blatenaw” became a household term after its release in 2001. (English: The boy). Teddy Afro has been compared to Tilahun Gessesse in terms of musical style and nationalistic feelings by some. Gigi’s work with well-known Western jazz artists like Bill Laswell (her husband) and Herbie Hancock has helped to popularize Ethiopian music, particularly in the United States, where she now lives. The song “Abebayehosh” from Aster Aweke’s 1999 album Hagere made her renowned. Make sure you’re ready if you ever find yourself in their midst. Keep your sense of belonging intact when you’re all doing the same thing. Make every effort to avoid being concerned, since this will only serve to undermine your efforts. I would do the same if I were in your shoes. Wearing anything that can draw the attention of the person with whom you’re chatting is a bad idea. As a general guideline, avoid drawing attention to yourself so that your efforts and results aren’t wasted.