Aharon Sitbon Ft. Shneoir Elbaz – “Modeh Ani Lecha”
As he’s reaching his 80′s, Aharon Sitbon is working on his second album.
Aharon’s Grandson, Shneior Elbaz, recently became a Bar Mitzvah. In honor of the occasion, the grandson requested to sing with his grandfather. They chose the song Modeh Ani Lach, which was composed by Aharon himself.
They performed the song at the Bar Mitzvah celebration, from which they were persuaded to record it as a proper duet of grandfather and grandson.
Dovy Meisles Mendy Weiss, Shira Choir, Yanky Green – “Far Dir”
Breathtaking new Shabbos song composed by R’ Cheskie Weisz. Prepare to be entranced by the talented voices, melodic tones, and uplifting verses. Soon to be a staple at every Shabbos table.
Simcha Leiner – Gam Ki Eilech ft. Shir V’shevach
On a cold January Motzei Shabbos in Lakewood, Simcha Leiner invited 300 bochurim to experience the warmth of ”the Ultimate Kumzitz.”
With just a few days left to the event, Simcha sat down to compose a masterpiece “ Gam Ki Eilech”. Lose yourself in the soul-stirring tune that was newly composed and taught to the boys.
Shloime Daskal & Shira Choir
Lets Dance! Highlights of a “Sababa Night”
URI DAVIDI – Vayotziainu (Official Lyric Video)
Uri Davidi releases yet another brand new song from his upcoming album set to be released on Lag Baomer.
This time a beautiful song in honor of the upcoming Yom Tov of Pesach.
DUVIE SHAPIRO-Lech Al Zeh
Just go for it! An original song, composed by Ari Goldwag, with Hebrew lyrics by Miriam Israeli and English lyrics by Ari Goldwag. Lech Al Zeh is a song about going after your dream.
The song is a culmination of something I have been dreaming of doing since I was a little kid, and I’m finally going for it. Whatever you dream may be, whether it’s to become a great athlete, learn a new instrument, or to become a singer, the important thing is to just go for it.
Never listen to the naysayers. You have a vision and no one else can see it. Believe in yourself, put in the hard work, and with Hashem’s help, the results will come.
Motty Vizel & Malchus Choir – Kadeish Irchatz
Singer Motty Vizel and the Malchus Choir sat down to sing the order of the Pesach seder in a melody composed by Heshy Rotenberg.