“The legacy of the Queen of Sheba lies just below the shifting sands, and churches hewn out of sheer rock attract wide-eyed tourists. The African nation’s historic route begins in the ancient city of Axum, which dates to about 100 B.C. This capital city was the first place in Ethiopia to adopt a new religion — Christianity. According to the Old Testament, The Queen of Sheba was born in Axum but travelled to Israel to meet King Solomon. They had a son named Menelik, who later became the first emperor of Ethiopia. Menelik brought the original Arc of the Covenant back to Ethiopia from Israel. Today, the Arc, which once housed the Ten Commandments, remains well hidden in Axum. It is guarded by a select group of monks, whose sole commitment is to protect the sacred vessel.”

Our good friend Sabbo produced Axum’s album about a year ago.  We covered them previously HERE.

They are one of the Middle East’s leading DANCEHALL bands and you can grab a few tracks here to grab a taste for yourselves.

Bo Be Easy Featuring C.le

Music Desire

Hakshivu Na




Whilst we’re on the subject of Sabbo, here’s his Poirier remix that he just let loose on the downloads front.

Grab it:

Ghislain Poirier Feat.Face-T-Enemies (Sabbo Remix) by Sabbo

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