Addis Abeba Belarus Reggae Dub Band

Addis Abeba was formed in Belarus in 2002. The basic style is reggae and dub.


There are also other elements from different musical styles incorporated in songs from jazz to hard core. Today Addis Abeba is one of the most popular bands in the former USSR countries, participating in all reggae festivals in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

There are four albums recorded, two of them won the prize of the best Russian reggae albums according to Internet voting. Now Addis Abeba is recording a new fifth album in cooperation with many well-known musicians of Russia, Belarus and Europe.

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