Touring in support of his debut album, Han, LA-based R&B, soul and rap recording artist Berhana performed his closing night show for a near-sellout crowd at the El Rey Theater. Featuring selections off his last release, which included the singles “Health Food,” “Lucky Strike,” and “I Been,” the predominantly female audience was visibly enthralled with Berhana, singing in unison and emulating his stage moves throughout the entire 60-minute concert. Early in the show, Berhana took a moment to touch his heart and express his gratitude to a hometown audience that has been an integral part of his rapid trajectory as an international star. Both The New Yorker and The New York Times have praised Berhana’s live show as a “Must See!” and his debut album “A Must Listen!” Berhana has performed in front of thousands of music fans at the Pitchfork, Governor's Ball, Firefly, Forecastle, Smokin' Grooves and Osheaga music festivals, to rave reviews. The sky is the limit for this burgeoning artist.
Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Berhana was exposed to the music of his Ethiopian parents as well as Sam Cooke, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Erykah Badu. Singing in the local church ignited his passion to pursue a career in music. He released his self-titled debut EP in 2016, featuring the song "Grey Luh,” which was featured in Donald Glover’s hit TV show Atlanta.
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