Great song - talented kid!Is that a shul he's in - or a laundromat??
nice song, thanks for sharing - tho i do prefer Matisyahu's version.since when did frummy songs get such professional vidoes??
here's another amazing version of the songhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36_NfV1pp6Y
O yay I just heard about this kid a few months ago and though it's kinda comin outta my ears by now, I like the music :)See, that was a typical comment that would drive me MAD on my blog. Like who caressssss when you heard about him??
sabra - that is what blogging is all about. nobody cares, but everybody cares. and if someone doesn't care, they will read something else.
Right. I think I should relocate my site onto somethin other than blogger though. Cuz it's misleading, personally... ;)
Nice song, but I'm a bit uncomfortable about using the Kotel as a prop in a music video. Showing the artist davening at the Kotel is fine, but when he's obviously performing at such a Makom Kadosh (particularly when he has to turn his back on it at one point), it just strikes me as a lack of Kavod.
Ha I'm searchin for his contact info-medad tasa-and your blog comes up first :)Sooo, d'you know how to get a hold of the kid?
you've gotta be kidding, right?
sabra - email me