A month after the release of his third album, “Yogati,” singer Eli Marcus has released a video for the title song of the album.
The spectacular video was filmed in New York and follows a child who is thrown into a challenging competition and wants to succeed with all his might.
Marcus accompanies him in the obstacle course on the way to realizing his dream.
Until the child finds success, he undergoes a series of challenges, almost like life, which include fire, earth and spirit.
“When it came to making a clip from the album, it was clear that the title song ‘Yogati’ is the message of the entire album and of my career,” says Eli Marcus. “It is a strong message which accompanies a person throughout his life – a person must remember that if one really wants to, one can do anything.”
“The clip was filmed at a huge expense, to create a one-of-a-kind music video, a first in the Jewish music world, to entertain and inspire both children and adults,” said Davidi Crombie, who managed the project.
“This included simulating an active obstacle course, and the use of dozens of LED screens, special effects, and unique filming and editing techniques, directed by renowned filmmaker Shlomo Chaim Rivkin.”
Written and Directed by: Shlomo Chaim Rivkin of Rivkin Media
Producer: Danny Finkelman of Sparks Next
Co-Producer: Chaya Greenberg
Lighting and Special Effects: Mandy Boaron