When Baruch Sholom Blesofsky auditioned for the COLlive ‘A Jewish Star‘ Jewish singing competition with a quirky rendition of the song ‘Im Atem Meshamerim,’ it was not his first foray into the music field.
Born to a Lubavitch family in Crown Heights which boasts 4 generations of musical talent and love for Chazzanus, Baruch Sholom has played guitar and sang on various occasions.
But it was through the competition that he quickly gained an avid fan base that rooted for him even after the 3 judges lowered the critical hatchet on his daring style. A star was indeed born.
In a conversation with Yehuda Ceitlin, Editor of COLlive.com, Blesofsky tells how recent tragedies in the community led to him composing his new song “Tell It To Them.”
• How’s life?
It’s cool, Baruch Hashem.
• Then why such a sad song?
I was not crying about my life.
• Not even about ‘A Jewish Star‘?
I’m glad I did it. It gave me an insight into what people like, I got to hear criticism and feel the market.
• Any mention of you on COLlive.com draws comments. Is it the same in real life?
Yes. Baruch Hashem I have a lot of people approach me with opinions on how to sing and play. It’s all good…
• Did any of that influence your new song?
What inspired this song was the idea that we are always told about Emuna in Hashem, but how can we not feel hurt when we see someone crying, going through pain and suffering? It’s hard not to react and just say ‘it’s all fine.’
• Are you referring to a specific tragedy?
The song started when I heard about a boy who was run over by a bus in Boro Park, and I recorded the final version after reading about the special life of Nosson Deitsch. It really hurt me that they will not have a future and I was thinking to myself what their mothers are going through.
• The clip features photos from the Holocaust and Mumbai.
I don’t want to sound too morbid, but all pain has a similarity to it. Whether it makes the headlines or not.
• How did you go about recording it?
2 weeks after Lag BaOmer I called a wonderful friend of mine, Sholom Lieberman, and we sat down and did the song from 1am until 7am. It was an awesome experience. I felt like I got a lot off my chest.
• For a bochur in his early 20’s you carry a heavy burden…
A lot of people are mistaken about my age. But you’re forgetting that most people feel like this – I just have a way to express it in music.
• Why did you use Auto-Tune (an audio processor used to correct off-key vocals)?
The Jewish music industry is very stubborn in seeing music. Everyone is a singer, but few are musicians. I used auto-tune because I felt it suited the style of the song.
• So are you a singer or a musician?
I might be a Shliach one day.
• But would you rather be backstage than on the stage itself?
I am into getting my song presented well. So either I sing or I have someone that would sing it the way I liked.
• I hear you have something going on with Mordechai Ben David.
That is true. I started writing music for them a few months ago.
• Who is “them”?
The Werdygers. I sent a song to Yeedle and he showed it to his father and since then they took interest in my compositions.
• So are the Werdygers singers or musicians?
Musicians. No doubt. MBD and Yeedle are more than singers, they are artists. MBD not only has a great voice, he also gives a lot in his song. There’s a story. You can tell what he is going through when he sings. Shlomo Carlebach was the same in his own way.
• Are you working with them on other things too?
Yes. All I can say is that I am privileged to be working with them.
• How about your own album?
I’m not doing my own per se. Our family is working on a Blesofsky brothers album.
• What’s in store?
My brothers and I will be contributing songs to this album. We won’t be singing as a group. Each will bring his own songs. But there will be a ‘Blesofsky sound’ to it. We’re going for very cool sounds.
Not at all. It’s going to be a very conservative sound. I might even be doing Chazzanus. We’ll have more details for you when the time comes.
VIDEO: Tell It To Them by Baruch Sholom Blesofsky
LYRICS: Tell it to them
Many are wondering why I’m crying.
many are asking, why i don’t smile.
they say that all I see is an illusion of my mind,
the day will come (and) it will be alright.
But tell it to the ones
that were never held in their mother’s hands
Tell it to the ones
that were never kissed as a child
Tell it to the ones
who were in the camps
and saw their family killed before their eyes
Tell it to them
then ask why I don’t smile
So let us make a prayer for all those out there crying,
that very soon we will smile.
Serious talent! A real gift! The ideas are there, but take advice from the pros, you still need tuning … a lot of techno going on whne not required…u can capture ur audience without it! when one thinks he is overdressed he should stand in front with his back to a mirror and turn around, the first thing he notices when looking into the mirror is too much, remove it! Try and do that with ur music, its almost perfect but u have something too much….and only a mirror(someone that understands music like a u) can tell u whats too… Read more »
that was a really pretty song!!!!! keep up the great work!!!!!!! i love it!
we’ve had enough…
beautiful – azkir al hatzion
now these lyrics are real.
great jop on composing and all but the voice is off! otherwise awsome and meaningfull!
love the song and all just don’t like the ending
it is missing something
i love it !!
awsome sonng and voice th auto tunes fit in very well briliant a true star
I really like the song! I listened to it over and over. It’s really good. A little less auto-tune. Very nice though! Kol Hakavod. So true and sad.
he should of been chosen
this song is sad
but isnt depressed
listen to the ending
brasil loves u
nice song!!!!!!!!!!!! x
my favroit song even though its sad
He has a great voice and the music is great. Keep going!!
so beautiful!! cant stop listening to it!!!!!!
finally watched the vid 🙂 gorgeous song and vid was done beautifully alotta talent there…
You don’t often hear songs that you just want to play over an over again!!! A fresh sound to the jewish music scene (finally!)
Once again -DUDE YOU ROCK-JUST KEEP ON ROK’N
i have never heard a more inspiring song than this!!! well done!! beautiful song!! i had tears in my eyes!
SOME ppl here wrote rlly rude things ur allowed 2 compliment ppl in case u dodnt know
very nice but it sounds like a electric voice
but job well done
What did Shuki do for the video? Did he film it? I love you shooks!!!
WOW, that was beautiful! I can’t stop listening!
to all those that are giving suggestions on how to make music, lets see you write a song and sing it. besides BSB knows what hes doing more than you’ll ever know.
best of luck man!
so beautiful….can you post a link where i can download?
cant wait till u make a CD.
OMG….. WE LOVE THE SONG IN BRHS…… CANT WAIT FOR MORE!!!!
song is very nice but the music video is waaay too nerdy
please post mp3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is a little ridiculous
I LOVE THIS SONG!!!! i listen to it 247 but how do u download it??
THAT WAS AMAZING YOU GO MAN YOU ROCK THE HOUSE UR #1!! 🙂
i really liked the song
to all comments about BS singing a more happy song just wait for his CD (after the three weeks) and you’ll dance your feet away you’ll see.
It has a message ether u know it or you dont know it
If you dont know it dont try to guess it
Ask BSB he will tell he is opend for questions
Boruch Sholom’s message in this song is not all about sadness. From what I got, it’s about taking the time to feel sad because there is a time for pain just as there is a time for Simcha. In life, we should def walk around more happy than sad (Hashem should give us many reasons to) but sadness is OK, too. BSs point I think is that so many times, when a tragedy occurs ch’v, everyone is so quick to react “It’s gonna be alright, things will be better, let’s be besimcha…..” etc. He’s not minimizing the importance of that,… Read more »
We love the song, it is beautiful! There is a lot of talent!
what is the toeles of focusing on casualties?
is it m’orer teshuva?
lets take this talent, and channel it to simcha and feelings to add in torah and mitzvos..this would be the best!!
Lieberman’s got talent!!
I have written some song lyrics myself, and this is a beautiful piece. The robotic voice also makes creative sense for those times when we find ourselves unable to smile. Here’s some free editing that I hope you can still incorporate: I’m pretty sure you meant “mother’s arms” and “say a prayer.”
would be if I wood corect evree-wun’s speling mistakes.
i did write 2 comments, and BOTH times put my name, to say “I could tell by the writing who it is” is not a chochmeh at all, after I put my name . YYH. his relative
i second that (can tell who it is by the writing)
MAH is in town? whats new?
ur cousin on shlichus nexto wayne havoneh
When I like a song I play it over and over until I get sick of it.. And I’ve played this song about 125 times and I’m just loving it and I don’t plan on turning it off any time soon.. My only request: make a DVD pretty please!!
I wish I could listen to it in my I pod….
Make a cd soooooon!!
the song really touches the soul- looking forward to more!!!
not every dinkle little thing we do is perfect! we all have a time were our emotions are at the brink of spilling over, and music is the way many people express there feelings…… we are not tzadikim and everyone has a way of expressing themselves!!!!!!!!!!!!!
c.b – your #1 fan
Boruch Sholom I agree 100% with your comment / first statement. LOL!
I could tell by the writing who it is. I’m was at your house on Friday night together with M.A.H..
Shtel zich raken.
remember when you composed the song ‘hey didle didle’ the lyrics were from a plate in camp. could you put that out?
I don’t thing bsb is “using a serious subject it to become famous” …no way I know him very good…… However, when a person has a hard time R”L he should say Tehilim , daven, goe to the Ohel, etc. but not publicizing his pain, certainly not on COL to the entire world, and of for sure not making a song out of it …bc then its like you say it “cheapens the pain” ….In the future I would advice him to sing JEWISH, FREILECHEH songs, with HIS OWN VOICE…. he will a bigger hit, with 1000 comments,
Where can I get this song? Can you make a downloadable version or something? PLEASE! Better yet make an entire cd and sell it! 🙂 I listen to the song 24/7. I’ve almost cried.. well a thousand times. Hard not to with a song like this but that’s what’s so amazing about it! Words from the heart enter the heart…
I agree with # 50
Very nice lyrics and a very nice tune. But horrible sound. What the heck are you trying to do with your voice? Why not sing that song with you true voice and with out any computer nonsense. Anyway it really killed the song, I would love to listen to it again but can not bare that annoying sound. Would you be so kind and sing that again with a normal voice?
is powerful, talented, musical, daring, exciting, charming, charismatic and just plain adorable! thanks for this amazing piece. BTW for those of you who know bsb, he’s one of the happiest, chilled people around. So if he’s sending this message that it’s ok to feel sad at times, look at him. He is a very balanced, happy kinda fella. Seems like he’s emotionally healthy to me. So this message isn’t coming from a sad person (for those of you who tell him that he should focus on happiness) he’s a tuned-in-to-others, sensitive kinda person (for those who claim that he’s smiling… Read more »
im listening to it ALL DAY!!!!!!!
AMAZING- YASHER KOACH!!!!!
dont listen to all that criticism- theyre just jealous that they dont have ur talent!!!
Come on get over it!!
it’s nice but it sounds this or it sounds that ……..
Why don’t you just be happy for him that he’s making his own path to success and he’s making people listen to more jewish music instead of real goyeshe music .
As we learn in chassidus the compositer’s kavono is conveyed to the one who is listening to it
and for sure his message is truly pure.
Try to be a little bit softer in your comments ,
a new singer needs encouragement.
I too agree with you!
YOU ARE THE BEST MAN!
you sound very jealous..
i agree with you 100000%
dude, dont listen to anybody , all the unintelligent comments…its an amazing and emotional song,
If you listen closely, the tune sound a lot like a Goyeshe tune.
i really dont know why u werent picked for the jewish star concert but it dosent mean u should give up on singing u rock!!
for all the aspiring singers…….Benny F, Lipa, Describe, and Sholom now U!!!….Perfect your vocals like real singer first, only then venture into the auto tune world!!
bsb im so proud of you
To Boruch Shalom,
I am from an older generation, probably not your target audience. Your song is very touching and powerful. There are times where we cant smile, and we need to be able to say: Right now, I’m hurting, I can’t smile.
Saying it is ok
The trick is though, not to stay in that state for too long, otherwise you may be pulled down.
Go mchayil el chayil!
Beautiful and heartfelt. Your lyrics are very touching.
This video is amazing! It’s hard not to cry every time I listen to it (I think I’ve hit over 20 times and I just heard about it). BSB you should really make more videos like this! Especially if it only took you like 7 hours or whatever it was. The song is amazing! One thing though-I’m not crazy about the very end… That’s just my opinion. But you rock! Keep it up!
Out of all the titles you could have put here…. COLLIVE you hit it by far!! Just reading the title makes you automatically click and find out the inside scoop! You guys are seriously pros! 😉
I feel sorry that you are taking such a serious subject and using it to become famous. I think this just cheapens the pain they went through, and does nothing to solve it.
Thank you all for the support and constructive criticism. (including comment 50 😉 lol.)
I got to give credit where due.
recorded & music done by: Sholom Lieberman (genius)
video shot and edited by: Moshe Raskin (perfect)
brainstorming by: Shuki Greenberg (creative)
as long as the judges didnt pick him!
he would have been the best jewish star on stage
ye go i love that song mac uh sc
I don’t know you, but I look forward to hearing more of your songs. You are very talented.
Just what the Jewish world needs, a great voice with creativity.
46 39 59
keep them coming THIS is whats gono make it ..TRUE TALENT!
whatever everyone else wrote!
WOW SHUKI!!! Your amazing, talented etc etc. Keep up the good work. How do I get in touch with you to take a video of me????? You really have to advertise, your clips are sweet, soft and moving. I loved it!!!!! GO SHUKI!!!!
the ”AWESOME PHOTOGRAPHY” &”MASTERFUL”, incredible EDITING” WAS DONE BY ”THE MASTER” MOSHE RASKIN
SHUKI Is very artisting & made a great contribution to this project
BUT he is NOT THE PHOTO/EDIT ”PRO” ON THIS PROJECT…go SHUKI go BORUCH go MOSHE go
Loose the electronimatonic sounds n u might just have soomething going for u..a lil morbid
great talent i love u
Great talent! I would love to see future songs with simcha and more bitochon. Thanks!
good grammar lesson lol!
Shuki you are very artistic. Your videography and photography are incredible!!
i thought the same thing but the second time around, he sings it the way the lyrics are written.
Not sure if this is an artist thing of maybe takeh a mistake…..
Sometimes he sings “who” were and sometimes “that” were. Correct English is WHO not THAT (since we’re talking about an animate object not an inanimate one).
This song was stuck in my head and I couldn’t sop singing it! Amazing! I agree with all the positive commets! Beautiful and I want to see more from u, BSB!
Beautiful song, gives you the chills watching and hearing.
critisism? Too much echo of words in the beginning of the song, some parts need to be clear not so echoey with backround noise.
plus get a haircut before doing.
TOTALLY AGREE WITH #4!!!
Beautiful, Baruch Sholom!
thanx a lot for showing me the truth, i agree with 100%
but i guess my mistake was based on the line: “love can be blinding”
We can tell how amazing you are by the amount of positive comments…
speaking about not knowing sholom…
just to clarify we r speaking about sholom lieberman
the first thing that comes to my mind is that u feel intimidated by him ( it can be for a couple reasons)
you obviously don’t know sholom
Very nice. From an arrangers perspective I would shorten the length of the echo in the first part of the song and maybe put in some flute there. Beautiful voice, you are a breath of fresh air with your style. Keep the music coming.
that arrangement was great – leiberman whens more of your work going to be available?
i think most people would disagree with you sholom is beautiful in many more ways than one and to top it all off his music is amazing!
thank you sholom !
You are incredibly talented, and your song is magnificent! Don’t be deterred by people who can’t see how your style can reach the unaffiliated! Look forward to more!
why cant people say nice things allways critezizing???
your voice is so much better then the electronic sound that 1. it sounds fake thereby losing some authenticity 2. it sounds cheep 3. sophisticated NOT!
ever watch chazonim? lots of them have that smiling face when they sing, and lots of singers do it to by serious songs.its a facial expresion some have while singing hartz’ike songs or chazonos
look out for it!
if you dont like it, just dont listen to it, im sure there are plenty of other great singers out there that you dont like, doesnt mean they’re not great.
i disagree with u, and say that your referring to SHALOM although i agree with about his music
excellent mixing shalom u should go “m’cheil el choiel”
DUDE… besides for MUSIC… you gotta totallly pursue Campus/Shlichus!!!KEEP going in the right direction… inspiring the world! YOU GOT TALENT!
THANKS “140” I AGREE! but sometimes you do need to Cry and question G-d ! BUT BSB…… come on… SPREAD YOU HAPPINNESS TO ALL OF us .. PLEASE! listening to this AWESOME song … kinda just makes you wallow in Golus misery.. WE GOTTA GET OUTTA HERE!
who would think that all the music was played and put together by one guy!?
sholom lieberman kol hakavod !!
Very nive job Moshe!
Great job Boruch Shalom!, woohoo
BORUCH we want to see you on stage!!!!!!!
your friends in southern california
ITs a beautiful song , the lyrics are so moving and meaningful . You have a magnificent voice and u do not need the reverb to enhance the effect . Keep up the good work. Hatzlocha .
It should be.
“Many are asking, why i’m crying.
many are wondering why i don’t smile.”
when hes singing it, its the other way around.
What i do know is that some songs are here to reflect the pain of those whose losses are iccomprehensible. Sometimes they also want others to understand and therefore, to be cheerful and positive is NOT always normal or appropriate. That is what many here do not get.Human beings do not have + attitudes when they are suffering.I honestly do not think the Rebbe was talking about such situations and only the very concrete and unthinking make such assumptions. Songs also reflect life and when someone loses a child, there is no + attitude. For those who think there is,… Read more »
Your song is touching … it may touch man ….. but as a Chossid your song does not go according to the Rebbe’s teachings.
The Rebbe cries bitterly over the pain of Golus…. but the Rebbe says the only solution we must do now ….is to be JOYOUS (it’s at the 8:40 in the Sicha):
A fine tune,
A heart-rending song!
keep it up my boet!!
i started watching the video but i couldn’t finish
i was in tears for an hour. bsb you can make people smile, so do that.
that kid in the end is a girl so couldnt have been Boruch Sholom.
Awesome! Well done!
Glad to see you heard me out! You have GREAT talent and a BIG future keep up the Great work
Mrs F. Shaykees going to kill me…..lol
I am so moved by your song.. it brought many tears to my eyes! You did an awesome job- when can we hear more of you?
Crown Heights’ Got Talent!
NOW AMERICA’S GOT JEWISH TALENT
was anyone asking to open their peanut gallerys!???
wen we do ill call u 🙂
🙂 AMAZING SONG!!!!
KEEP IT UP!!!
AMAZING AND TOUCHING!!
LOVE UR FELLOW NEIGHBOR!
I just don’t understand why he masks his voice with electronic effects? He also masked his voice in A Jewish Star competition. It is hard to tell what his voice really sounds like with all those effects in place.
But who cares?!?!? I think it’s amazing!!!
Keep it up…finally some good Jewish music!
No music, no auto tune, just pure Boruch Sholom voice.
I think it was pretty good compared to whats out there in the Jewish world. Although i’m not crazy about the vocals, I think it was a pretty good video, and a nice performance. I think the video could have had more drama in it, you could do so much with a music video, and NY has such cool places to shoot, i think it was artistic but seeing the bit of artisstry in it you can do so much better. The voice is ok, but it was a good song and sung pretty well. I think you have a… Read more »
keep it up!
Beautiful, I love it! When do we get to see a cd??? Hatzlacha and brachah!
i love the song but whats with the header???
the judges for a jewish star had no idea what they were^passing up!!!!!! go go go!!!!!
really touching song! good job
Way too much auto tune
but why are you smiling when you sing such a song?! It makes it hard to watch and looks disingenuous
way too much electronic too feel what the singer is really feeling.
The auto-tune in this song has the same effect as adding ketchup to ice cream.
Awesome song , your kinda of like a frum T-pain
stunning stunning song! we want more!!!
because some people cant see the video, so would you please post a recording of it??
BEST I’ve heard in a long time!
Would prefer less of the auto stuff in the future, but keep your music and compositions coming.
I think its a great song – but you have a great voice – why hide it with autotune? why be like everyone else!? let your real talent shine
BLESOFSKY, LIEBERMAN, GREENBERG & RASKIN
keep them coming
This beautiful song is unreal!! You can feel how much the singer feels for his song and the depth and raw painful reality of his lyrics truly touches you! He will go far, possesing a talent in which he truly connects with his audiences, in happiness, in pain and inspiration. May you have the zechus that your music should be used as tool to inspire people and affect change for the good!
wow prospect park really looks different in your video
Sholom Lieberman did the music for this song and he is phenomenal. The unique and professional style is unmatched by anyone else around. Based on what I hear from this song, if I wanted to record something, I would go straight to him!
Thank you very much for this Boruch Sholom and Sholom.
Boruch we Love ur song
Its really amazing
Baruch sholom im a secret admirer. song brought tears to my eyes. and its amazing song. and ur awesome!!!!!!!!!
i dont know what systems u are using but i got a headache from all the nerve irritating sounds. please sing for real!
nice lyrics tough .
Great lyrics, nice tune. A lot of the harmony is just awfully incorrect. The first stanza also has a bit of flaws.
The auto-tune is too much. It doesn’t work to have heavy harmony and heavy auto-tune.
Try running it through someone who actually studied music and holds a degree in it. It will help a lot.
Excellent job! Well done…can’t wait to hear your fun and fast songs….
Boruch Hu what can we say. You ROCK MAN.
Your cousins on Montgomery St.
Mendoos, chavoos, faigus, and chaikus
nice song, can the next one be about u smiling?
Loved you on A Jewish Star, but this takes it to a whole other level.
So everyone’s saying the same thing but GREAT song. Thanks for sharing it, and keep more coming!! Does anyone know how to download this as an mp3?
I was seriously put to tears with this song…It was so heartwarming! Boruch Sholom continue on with your music…It’s so sweet and nice! But with that jewish twist to it…which i love!
besides for smiling the whole time…
its like a jazzy, beaty song about sadness?!?
loved it!! Amazing stuff – encore!! we want more lol.
He has a great style and sings well, the actual lyrics are ok.
There is lots of potential here, this is a great start for future growth.
He performs well, keep on perfecting your natural talent.
It’s B.S.’s niece Yorba Linda Calif.
very inspiring song especially with the difficulties israel is going through!! and very nice music arrangement!!
great song but should have cut out the robotics
a lot of the commenters have learned a new expression “auto tune”
What an powerful song – please continue to compose and sing more.
GO BORUCH SHOLOM! YOUR DA BEST CUZIN! YOU ARE THE BEST PERFOMER!
calm down.. ppl hes a bocher u dont say something
about a bocher like that?!?! your felow bocher
I am a true maven in Jewish music, and I can tell you first hand that this is something unique in the JEwish world. You have Lipa, you have 8th day, but this is something new, a new sound. I never heard such talent that could sing in a way that sounds like an electronic instrument. I bet even in the goyishe world they cannot sing like that!
love the song!
You were so happy… dancing and jumping… making “shtik” and being very funny… If you want to make it (and you definitely will) in the music world you must be happy…also we all want to hear you… not some illustrated voice… Y.Y.H.
ur beatiful song hit me when i needed it most! MOSHACH NOW! thank you for your effort, love and soul you invest in your music! I personally know it has inspired!!! Hatzlacha Rabba Brother! – Fellow musician
so much auto tune i like it ususally but its not good with this song
You make me incredibly proud.
stay home and look over your shoulder
I SALUTE YOU Baruch Shalom, Yasher Koach for this splendid Musical Video WE WANT MORE WHAT A MASTERPIECE !!!. ..B’H LUBABS ARE BLESSED WITH TALENT what a great production by a few Oholei Torah boys The LYRICS.. the MUSIC .. and ACHARON CHAVIV the great PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO editing…From strength to STRENGTH Guys…
The smiling Baby at the end of the Video looks like BSB.
Also, we want to hear your real voice with out the effects. It’s probly great!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(continued) Even tough sad songs tend to touch people and get their attention, I’m still really looking forward to a happy song from you. (as happy as a man you are)
great stuff, amazing, I absolutely LOVE it. I still think your singing without the autotune is better, and your harmonies are kick t-sh (I’ve heard it personally (with that little group of yours) other times), PLEASE KEEP GOING, for you, and for us!!!
I sew Bpruch performing by a wedding (his cousin) in Montreal 10 years ago and the whole place went wild to hear and see so young a kid singing so well, so keep em comin young man and jewish it up ah biseleh BITEH
Entertaining maybe ,music not so much 🙁
Thank you for the heartfelt lyrics, and for experimenting witha new style, we need new and interesting music.
I would totally buy a CD if you made one. You totally should! just for some advice..I would recommend that you add more lyrics and to bring different harmonies rather then a whole bunch of voices over each other….but great job! You are a brave guy!
way too much
like benny friedman lipa describe all use it
still a good song
He’d do much better if he didn’t sing – what do you mean?
Who ever made this video you got to make this your day job
Ever since I met you when you were 6 I knew you would be a performer! So I am not surprised that you have gone down that path. I think you have talent!!
great song boruch but shuki the clip is unbelievable it really brings the song alive. wow amazing talent shuki u should do it professionally. ur the best
Your songs are soo AMAZING!!!
every time there is one posted…i listen to it over and over again!!!
keep them coming!!
this kid is musical and smart.
Why when there’s a tragedy R”L do people wish “ moshiach now” or make other insensitive comments?
If the pain is too painful say nothing!
He maybe 20 but he’s got the wisdom of a 40 year old.
Good Job Rabash!
bim-bom upgeret what ‘s eating you kid ? get on in life there’s something out there for everybody EVEN YOU. and enjoy some music while you’re at it.
You’re criticism isn’t constructive.
Such a inspirational song! We need more Baruch Shalom. I was so mad when you didnt win the Jewish Star.i DIDNT GET INTO THE CONTEST BECAUSE I KNEW THAT NO ONE HAD A CHANCE BECAUSE YOU WERE GREAT ! Keep up the good work! I love it!
keep it up!
how old is this amazing guy?
I don’t like the song at all… let a real singer sing not an amateur, you’d do much better if u don’t sing…..
To much effects!
you rock! keep it up man! great job! cant wait for some more stuff!
He’s a chilled kinda guy – that’s all.
parshas tzav…time to be bisimcha!
Sholom Lieberman is one of the most musically talented people IN THE WORLD! No jokes!
Im happy youre getting this off your chest…………
ur the start of non-lame jewish music!!! seriously awesome…it gave me chills. love it.
take it to the top
Great work!!!!!!! Gezza rules go Tashkenters!!!!!
Great voice great talent!!!!!!!
at least you got the part about the BOCHUR asking “Will you marry me…”
please giv us more. what breath of fresh air, real talent,original
he’s got tallent!!! very touching!
mamish talent ,that guy……oy whaat a voice
will you marry me?
haha… a fellow bochur!
its making me cry. make more songs, please!
You look pretty smily for a song that is about never smiling.
you can hear his voice just fine
Your obviously someone in touch with yourself. Uncommon in the Jewish music industry indeed.
Best of luck Boruch Sholom.
dude ur soo hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (ur music that is)
we can’t hear your real voice. (to much echo and auto tune)
But nice song!!
loved every bit of it
Wow that was powerful but a tear jerker as well but we all loved it CHAZAK V’EMATZ
Sorale, was the bruch done on purpose??? LOL
Boris,, WOW!!! That is all I can say,,, And when next u are over to sit and have a chat, or shoot the breeze,, I can not wait to congratulate you on purpose,,, Go Shuki!!!
The lyrics are beautiful! the tune is beautiful! BS you are beautiful! We must jam sometime. Love you man!
great job you got talent
get a life
The lyrics are hartzig, the tune thing kind of makes it fake
What I’m really waiting for is the brothers cd… I’m sure it will be great
Phoenominal song & video. Boruch Sholom Welcome to the music world. You have proven that you have an amazing voice. Go get em. May you have lots off success.
i love and always listen to music
i strongly feel if playing in the studio helps the expression of the song – really who cars about auto tune….
that my opinion
you have amazing talent, and a really beautiful voice, and youre right, the music style fits the song. but with so much talent, inspire people to be positive, write a new song, infuse us with hope, and perhaps the message, vafilu cherev chada munachas al tzavaroy shel adam, al yimna aztmo min harachim.
A Yid is M’ein Haborei , by thinking and talking positive you create positive , just like Hashem created ,you toocan create positive .
The Rebbe streses , “Always have a positive attitute” , you create a positive outcome by talking positive and thinking positive of all these negative happenings become positive ones , a refuah shleima to all those who need a refuah , now !
Moshiach is on his way
awsome voice but very sad song.
that was incredible boruch sholom you rock
This guy is the real deal! Love the song!
i dont get it the song is about you not smiling but your smiling throughout the entire song..
if you see me crying don’t wonder why, the song is unreal! amazing job
keep it up
A total new look/swing to Jewish music absolutely loved it.
where can i find more of your stuff?
I <3 it!!!!!!!!!!!! Sholoom, ur ganna soar high some day- i luv it- ur voice is uniqu, sothing, and with a certain kind of energy behind it- kol haavod and keep it up!!!!!!!
The song seems nice, lyrics and all, but the fake voice really kills it.
the control this guy has on his voice is phenomenal
its just what you want to hear
thanks for posting
i sat and cried throughout this whole song, there was times in my life that i would listen to “chas v’sholom” not jewish music to get inspired but now boruch hashem im much more frum and finally there is some real inspirational music that i can listen to, i dont know who you are but keep up the great work cant wait for your album any news as to when yet??
Really enjoyed it. Lots of talent.
Seems in Australia, we’re the first to hear you!! Keep on inspiring all of us! From Your first cousins in Sydney (on your mother’s side) who adore you!!!