Boruch Sholom Blesofsky, 19.
Brooklyn’s Crown Heights.
Studying for my Smicha.
I’ve always believed in “Emor M’at V’asei Harbeh.” My aspiration is to follow the footsteps of my father, who composed numerous Lubavitcher Niggunim, including the song ‘Ohev Hashem.’
I write music on the side (a large side I must say) and even composed a song for billionaire Ronald Perelman (which he loved) during his visit to Camp Gan Israel in Parksville, NY.
He hasn’t yet released his debut album, but watch out when he does. He’s got something you’ve never seen before.
Reb Moshe Vilenkin’s Niggun, just “phenomenal.”
A Jewish Star:
I’m a major fan, though I don’t associate music with competing. It’s simply expression. And business.
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