When she arrived in her homeland in for the first time since she'd left in , Ethiopian-born and Washington, D. During the month-long tour that followed, Aweke performed before more than 80, people and showed that she remains one of Ethiopia's best-loved performers. Aweke has been equally successful throughout the world. The daughter of senior civil servant in the Imperial government, Aweke was determined to become a musician by the age of Launching a solo career, Aweke was encouraged by musical entrepreneur Ali Tango, who financed and released five cassettes and two singles of her music. By , Aweke had become disillusioned by Ethiopia's oppressive political climate and relocated to the United States. Temporarily settling in the Bay Area of California with plans to pursue an education; within two years, Aweke continued on to Washington, D. After building a following with her performances in local Ethiopian restaurants, Aweke toured the U.
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Aster's voice has attracted broader public popularity, especially tracing back in s singles and her single "Abebayehosh" in Ethiopian New Year. She is known for her album Hagere , and her album Fikir. She moved in the United States in , and she returned to Ethiopia in She was raised in the capital city of Addis Ababa. Her father was a senior civil servant in the Imperial government of Haile Selassie. She first settled in California to pursue education, but later relocated to Washington, D. In , after more than 15 years abroad, Aster came-back to Ethiopia and she was warmly welcomed by thousands of her loyal followers awaiting for her at Addis Ababa airport. By the age of 13, Aster was determined to become a musician, and began her career at Hager Fikir Theatre in Addis Ababa.
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