Haben Abraham

Born in Seattle, Washington, Haben comes from a musically diverse family.  Her father, Mulugheta Abraham, is an engineer for the Boeing Company and plays various instruments.  Her mother, Tiblets Abrahamalso loves music and dancing.  Both parents come from Eritrea, a small country on the eastern coast of Africa bordering Ethiopia and Sudan.


Since the age of 2, Haben has been belting out songs in more than one language (she sang in English, Dutch, and her native Tigrinia).  It wasn't until she was 7 that her musical gifts were noticed by her music teacher.  She was a brilliant singer and actor and performed with no outside pressure.  A star was born.


Haben has shared her talent with audiences across the West Coast.  She wows crowds with her presence and performs with her sisters who share the same musical talents as she.  "My sisters are the key to my success," says Haben.  "If it wasn't for them I don't think I could be singing at competitions or even try for a more serious adventure!"  Haben and her sisters are diligent and write songs with enough quality to impress every engineer they've come across.  Their goal is to produce their own project and perform all over the world.

"I wanna be the next Hannah Montana", proclaims Seattle's little darling. Big shoes to fill for anyone, but Haben is determined and on the right track.  Her confidence level and natural desire to sing is such that she shares her gift for anyone who wants to enjoy her voice! Her organic enthusiasm has prompted her parents to allow Haben to perform at concerts, talent shows, festivals and corporate fundraising events to pursue her dream of becoming a professional singer. Haben's fan-base is rapidly growing and has viewed her and EriAm's recorded performances and profile close to 200,000 times on the popular YouTube.com and Myspace.com websites.


Although the little lady's big voice readily takes on the challenging works of mega divas such as; Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, and Beyonce, she is extremely humble and eager to learn! One thing is certain; this little star has begun to soar and is destined to bling.