"King of the World" is a fiery single that will lead you to feeling the majesty of Hashem's kingship.
Jewish Music and Arts
Singer and composer Yonatan Razel presents an exciting and moving melody that he gave to the famous piyyut lyrics from Slichot. Enjoy!
Crowing Hashem as our King is the essence of Rosh Hashanah tefillot (prayers). Listen to the latest hit by Nissim Black and Gad Elbad!
“Avo el Hamelech” is from Megillat Esther. Queen Esther gives us the strength throughout all of the intensely beautiful prayers of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and lets us know ‘whether you feel it or not, whether it makes sense to you or not, AVO EL HAMELECH – SHOW UP AND COME BEFORE THE KING.
“Free as a Bird” was originally recorded in 1977 by John Lennon. Yonatan Razel's rendition marks the 80th birthday and the 40th anniversary of Lennon's death.
Born from prayer, Nissim Black’s song from the heart goes straight to the heart. Spiritual, uplifting, deep. This song invites you to go ... Higher!
Enjoy Yaakov Shwekey’s single "Elokei Oz" (G-d of Strength) is an ancient melody that is still heard and sung today.
Musician and composer Shlomo Katz offers a sneak preview of a track from his not-yet-released new album.
We commemorate the passing of Rachel Emeinu (Our Mother, Rachel) on Sunday. Listen to heartfelt words to “Mama Rochel” on behalf of her children.
Listen to Yaakov Shwekey’s poignant song about Rishon Letzion Ovadia Yosef, a Torah giant in our generation.
What happens when two giants in the music industry come together in a joint duet, "...and even in hiding"?
A song by "Elyon" (from the first names Elizer Kosoy and Yonason Hill) from their new album "A Little Bit of Light!"
“Kol Yachol” connects your soul with the Creator to achieve everything that your heart desires. Hashem can do everything!
Come with Elizer Kosoy and Yonason Hill to an exalted (“elyon”) place in the beautiful performance of “Keep Your Eye on the Light”.
In parshat Vayechi, Yaakov blesses his sons before he dies. Yaakov Shwekey performs a new rendition of this blessing.
“We were one, so one...clinging to a shared hope...” written in memory of the 3 teens kidnapped and killed in 2014. Anniversary of their burial is 3-Tammuz.
Rebbe Nachman's "Master of the Field" speaks of ahavat Yisrael-loving others. When we find the Tzaddik within, we can see the inner beauty of those around us!
Join Gad Elbaz and Nissim Black on a trip back to a 19th century Ukranian shtetl - and find happiness. L’chaim!