Create Account
ב"ה
Tuesday, 16 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 21, 2019

    “These Strings Will Go Viral”

    A group of bochurim filmed a music clip promoting the wearing of Tzitzis for Jewish teens. Video

    Traveling Torahs Honor Victims

    Next Story »

    Chief Rabbi Holds Town Hall Meet

    49
    Opinions and Comments

    Login to keep track of your comments, follow a conversation or flag a comment
    avatar
      Subscribe  
    newest oldest most voted
    Notify of
    EK
    Guest
    EK

    GO NOSSON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Go z
    Guest
    Go z

    Best rapper in Lubavitch!

    From the men with the dough!

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    go cgi florida

    A Shliach
    Guest
    A Shliach

    Dress like a chsidishe yid. Dance like a chasidishe yid, that will get a boy to wear tzitzis!

    CTeen Rocks!
    Guest
    CTeen Rocks!

    Cteen rocks! Best counselors by far!

    Ps 175
    Guest
    Ps 175

    Go GO GO Ps 175
    Best Relise Time ever

    Nissan z!!!!
    Guest
    Nissan z!!!!

    Best rapper and most chassidus rapper out there!!!

    OMG!!!
    Guest
    OMG!!!

    really nice song… but i want to know WHICH GIRL OUT THERE SANG A BOY THIS SONG!!!!!! cuz its originaly a camp pardas chana song that goes ” keep them low, keep ur skirts down low, keep em high, keep ur neckline high, keep em low keep ur skirts down low, PC wow our skirts r low…” (i know that that originaly comes from the gan yisroel song…)
    but its really nice anyways!!!!! keep it up CTEEN!!!

    AWESOME!
    Guest
    AWESOME!

    Whoever came up with Cteen is brilliant. It is impacting these Jewish kids, and reminding them who they are, and what is important in life. When a kid becomes a Teen, they’re a little lost, and are confused about who they are supposed to be. This is the perfect chance to teach them about special mitzvos, like lighting shabbos candles, putting on tefillin and davening every day, learning Torah, and NOT MARRYING NON-JEWS. when a person doesn’t have any proper education about his/her heritage, he/ she does not show much care or interest in it, because they don’t KNOW A… Read more »

    ha ha
    Guest
    ha ha

    i like the girls one too

    Not as innocent as it looks
    Guest
    Not as innocent as it looks

    The group who is responsible for this video is definitely talented,and also a bit misguided.we do not have to indulge in every kind of vulgar proskeit to encourage teens to put on tzizis.There is a middle way .we are equally obligated to kids that are within the system ,and not expose them to goyishe meshugayis.i sincerely hope that the talented guys who put this together do other work that is tov leshomayim and tov labriyos

    Go Hirschel Gourarie!!
    Guest
    Go Hirschel Gourarie!!

    Mazal Tov!!!

    wow!
    Guest
    wow!

    Nossen, Nissan, and Herschel…
    Keep hangen em low and bringing these boys back.
    You’re doing a great job!

    actually....
    Guest
    actually....

    its originally a gan yisroel song and pardas chana made the girl version and this is the boy version 🙂

    GO NISSEN!!!!!
    Guest
    GO NISSEN!!!!!

    GO Nissen you rock da house! Jewamaican Yamon – awesome lyrics and rockin music!!! love the rappin!!!
    u guys rock!

    Coolest uncle ever!
    Guest
    Coolest uncle ever!

    Go Nissen, all your nephews are so proud of you!
    Lb Ca

    Amazing
    Guest
    Amazing

    Good work

    Go cgi melbourne!
    Guest
    Go cgi melbourne!

    song was made in cgi melbourne camp about 5 summers ago. love the vid!!

    to shaliach and not so innocent
    Guest
    to shaliach and not so innocent

    If this video was aaimed at Lubavitcher bochrim on ULY or OT, yes, that would be a problem. I don’t think we should be rapping or sporting excessivly long locks. HOWEVER this is aimed at C-teens – kids who yesterday may not have know or cared that they are Jews. They rap, they have long hair and wear tattered jeans. Let them enjoy the music they love till they out-grow it, let them connect, wear tzitzis and and eventually IY”H marry a nice Jewish girl and build a true bayis ne’eman b’Yisroel. This may be hair-raising to someone frum but… Read more »

    Nissen zee!!!
    Guest
    Nissen zee!!!

    Wow you inspire the masses!!! Keep up your shlichus!!!!

    to #11
    Guest
    to #11

    This is made to bring the c-teen crowd closer to Hashem, his Torah & mitzvos. If you don’t want your kids within the system exposed to goyishe meshugayis keep them off of the internet and youtube/facebook, where this video is circulating. If your kids ARE on the net this video is one of the better things they will see.

    Fabulous
    Guest
    Fabulous

    Amazing catchy hip and motivational
    Love the clip
    Am sure many we’re proud to wear tzitzit with pride after being so inspired
    Keep it up guys keep reaching out to our youth

    Cgi Montreal
    Guest
    Cgi Montreal

    I see the chevra from CGI Montreal are doing big things, Herschel Gurarie, Nosson Felig, Nissen Zibel, Shimon Rivkin.. Montreal sure has talented staff.

    Chovevie grads
    Guest
    Chovevie grads

    נתן,שמולי,הערשל you guys rock the house!rais the roof! And CTEEN on.

    I agree
    Guest
    I agree

    I agree with number 11.
    I liked the words and catchy tune but the video should have had more Bochurim young and older dressed in the traditional Chabad clothing. (i know they are catering for the not yet frum boys,) but it would have been a eye opener to show how frum boys dress and enjoying a true Torah life.

    To Number 8
    Guest
    To Number 8

    Maybe a girl that wore her skirt low , married a boy that had his tzizs low, and taught him the song!

    to number 11
    Guest
    to number 11

    This video was not made from our yeshiva children. It was made for not yet frum teens. It’s amazing! The teens seem to be enjoying it immensely and I am sure very inspired…

    proud fan
    Guest
    proud fan

    Awesome video, this is what gets the teens going–they’re young wild and hip and I’m sure this video will get some teens to put on and be proud of their tzitzis! Good work brothers!

    to #23
    Guest
    to #23

    Yes, you had amazing staff, but now cteen does!
    Keep bringing those kids back to Yiddishkeit. I enjoy seeing all the great work that you do!

    Nissen zeebel!!!
    Guest
    Nissen zeebel!!!

    You are the man! Such talent in writing and singin songs

    Wow!
    Guest
    Wow!

    Nissan, Nossen and Herschel!!!
    Awesome!!

    Originally Oorah song
    Guest
    Originally Oorah song

    Song was made in Lakewood by Areye Stien

    Go shnaz Minkowitz
    Guest
    Go shnaz Minkowitz

    Let’s not forget about the very talented individual who wrote the song…

    Ow ow ow
    Guest
    Ow ow ow

    Nossen, me Shimi and all the dough men or so prod of you
    Keep rockin!

    To 11
    Guest
    To 11

    This is not meant for a chabad website. It was never sent here by cteen. It was posted in YouTube and found by many websites. This is meant for teens that these things talk to them more

    my dear chaver sz notik
    Guest
    my dear chaver sz notik

    maasei yodcho L’HISPOH EHR !!!!;

    go swish
    Guest
    go swish

    a fan

    Hershey Nosson!!!!
    Guest
    Hershey Nosson!!!!

    AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!shout out TIFERIS 215

    great idea and lyrics, but
    Guest
    great idea and lyrics, but

    some food for thought- is this the way to present a mitzva and show it to the public in the name of chabad???
    the way of dancing is very goyish and not in sync with the jewish pride we are trying to promote!
    good luck in future projects, presented in a tora’dike day!

    GO NOSSON AND NISSEN
    Guest
    GO NOSSON AND NISSEN

    Some serious Toronto magnetic chayus goin on here

    Amazing!!! Kiddush Hashem!!!!!
    Guest
    Amazing!!! Kiddush Hashem!!!!!

    Thanks to all the bochurim who worked hard for this production.
    A warm mazal Tov to Hershel Gourarie
    You are very special indeed.

    Go Cteen!
    Guest
    Go Cteen!

    Awesome video!

    that hat
    Guest
    that hat

    N.s. I recognize that hat from section c

    Wow this is amazing!
    Guest
    Wow this is amazing!

    I love the way they used a Jewish song as opposed to a non-Jewish song. This is really really good this shows We can make a good educational song to a Jewish tune

    To #8
    Guest
    To #8

    You know how camp kids are…a girl probably came home from camp and sang this song until it was coming out of her brothers’ ears. Then they taught it to their friends in a boy’s version, who sang it to their sisters who sang it in the correct girls’ version…the cycle continues

    c teen rocks
    Guest
    c teen rocks

    you are awesome

    wow!!
    Guest
    wow!!

    amazing to see how a song can make not frum kids so excited about doing mitzvos! in fact it made me proud to do mitzvos!

    Hurray
    Guest
    Hurray

    Go nussi , wilhelm

    to 26
    Guest
    to 26

    I totally agree w/ u!

    X