In 2017, Crown Heights resident Peretz Chein suffered a sudden spinal cord injury. After an emergency surgery, he remained partially paralyzed.
The doctors’ prognosis was “Go home and pray.” While undergoing rigorous rehabilitation, Peretz was moved to release this song.
Under the circumstance, a ballad may have made more sense. Yet Peretz felt drawn to more upbeat notes and chose “Boruch Hashem,” a song of praise and gratitude.
Today, while still in the process of healing, Peretz is happy to be performing again. A rising star in the Jewish music world, he can be seen performing at weddings and events.
He was last singing in front of thousands of people on Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights as part of the all-star line up that celebrated the 10th anniversary of COLlive.com.
Produced by Sruly Meyer
Composed by Hershy Weinberger
Arranged by Naftali Schnitzler
Drums Avi Avidani
Guitar Nachman Dreyer
Recorded at Schnitzler Studios
Mixed and mastered by Shloime Wechter
Lyric Video Yakov Asraf