The couple attracted a lot of attention in part two. Despite the two genres’ distinct sound textures, according to Senay, jazz and hip-hop can be combined because they are both free-form genres that have been performed all over the world in a variety of languages. They were able to collaborate with two titans of the industry, try something new, and present the results at this festival. The Azmach crew believes that events like these festivals are crucial, particularly for upcoming musicians.
Senay thinks it’s wonderful that there is a venue where upcoming artists can display their artistic abilities to an appreciative audience. It’s amazing to be able to work with other artists, learn from them, and perform music that’s been carefully chosen for chemistry with the audience.
Several jazz musicians and others who play a variety of other styles performed at the festival, which included the works of many other artists besides Azmach. Numerous other performers shared the stage with Hailu Megia, Alemayehu Eshete, Samuel Yirga, Kibrom Birhane, and many others.
The legendary Girma Beyene’s unexpected appearance during Dawit Yifru’s set, however, left the audience in the audience feeling that the performance was still incomplete. The audience’s fervent applause as he entered the stage was evidence of the praise he had received.