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Saba Abraha


Ethiopian songstress, Saba Abraha spent her early years in Dakar, Senegal. Upon arrival to the United States, she fell in love with literature. English, not being her native tongue, she found comfort in reading books of all different sorts. In youth, her passion for literature developed into aspirations of becoming a journalist/author. Unbeknownst to Saba, her true calling as an Artist and Songwriter would soon come to fruition. Saba Abraha released her debut EP “How Things Fly” in August of 2016, since then has been featured alongside promising acts such as Oh Wonder, Phil Adé, SHAED, Skyzoo, BJ The Chicago Kid, Chaz French and Tate Kobang. Following the release her sophomore EP, Sweet Mirage (Narrated by Young Guru), Saba Abraha is gearing up to impact the world through her undying love of literature and vibrant melodies.

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Saba Abraha’s sudden vulnerability led her to a road of self-discovery which is evident in her music and storytelling. Her five-track sophomore EP Sweet Mirage is a combination of Abraha’s admiration for literature and love of music, or as she puts it, “an ode to my shedding skin.”