By COLlive reporter
Are you ready for this?
Chassidic singer Simche Friedman has released a new single that will give you a whole new perspective on the solemn words of the Kaddish prayer.
The song “Bekarov” blends the ancient Aramaic words with modern Hebrew to create an upbeat dance track that expresses how Kaddish gives renewed hope in Hashem’s world.
It was composed by renowned jazz and saxophone artist Daniel Zamir, who is also the artistic director of ‘Mizmor’, a religious Music Academy.
Produced by musician Yoni Eliyav, the song is enhanced by the talent of some of the top names in the Israeli electronic music industry: Tal Matmor, Amit Harel, and Ron Tichon.
“The song represents a fresh new synthesis in Jewish-Chassidic music, a high-quality blend that wets the appetite for more,” said Friedman, who is a nephew of music star Avraham Fried.
This single will be included on his upcoming album.