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After a brief stint in Los Angeles working on the Royal Princess Cruise ship in the 1980s, Elias appeared on a sound track for the television movie Elias now owns and operates Soph El Recordings, a music studio located in Oakland Hills, California that opened in September 2000.
The feature was shot in Ethiopia and Australia and is “a story about community issues around young, migrant African men set in Melbourne, Australia,” explains Helen Kassa who wrote, directed and produced the film.
“Namely, issues of feeling alone and a sense of not belonging that leads young immigrants to struggle with relationships, education and work.” It explores these themes through Abeselom, a hardened drug dealer.
We are called the ‘The Retroz Band.’” Elias, who was born in Ethiopia and moved to the United States in 1971, has a long resume in the music industry.
He was one of the pioneering figures in the Reggae and African music scenes in Northern California during the 1970s.
“We have all the latest equipments to make any music project number one.” Regarding his childhood in Ethiopia Elias said: “I was born in Addis Ababa and grew up in a very big house in ‘Riche’ on the road to Debre Zeit. “Living in upstate New York for almost two years at a young age was a very cold experience,” he said.