Helen Berhe, one of the most widely-acclaimed singer, is going to back with her second new studio album just after two months, Hulu Addis Radio show reported.
In her next album debut, a single video clip for a single which filming is still in progress said to have a cost 200 thousand Birr.
It was also claimed that Helen has prepared melodies for her six songs, unlike the previous album, which she consisted only a single melody by the singer, “Tiwodegnaleh Wey?”
Abegazu Kibrework Shiwota, Michael Hailu, Kirubel Tesfaye, Kamuzu Kassa and Yitbarek are working on music composition.
Ayele Mamo, Migbar Mekete, Alemayehu Demeke, Eyobel Birhanu and Meiraf Assefa are crew of lyrics authors on Helen's upcoming album.
The album will have 14 songs.
The first plan was coming up with an album having 15 songs, but, according to the agreement reached between the United Nations (UN), an international organization and Helen, the song about women empowerment has dedicated to its campaign on women.
Helen released her first studio album “Tasfeligegnaleh” in 2010, which received a wide acceptance from the public. “Tasfeligegnaleh” took three years to complete and was composed by two best known Ethiopian composers Abegaz Kibrework and Wondimeneh Assefa. Helen worked on this album with people like Habtamu Bogale, Eyobel Birhanu, Zelalem Terefe, Tamrat Desta, Abel Mulugeta, Asnake Gebreyes, Alemayehu Demeke and Getish Mamo.
Helen was first known for her Amharic blended with Arabic much-loved music “Ozaza Aliena” and other singles. During her childhood, Helen had a special affection for music and dance. She attended high school at Menen High School.