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A.K.A. Pella Releases New Music Single “What Does Haman Say?”

A.K.A. Pella Releases New Music Single “What Does Haman Say?”

Even though we are 5+ weeks away from Purim, the guys over at A.K.A. Pella have taken advantage of the 2 Adars this year and are back with a parody which is sure to put you in the Purim mood. A cover of the widely popular “What Does The Fox Say” released earlier this year by European group Ylvis, “What Does Haman Say?” highlights the important part of the story of Purim while still managing to be a riot!

Earlier this year the group released a single in honor of Chanukah entitled “Sufganiot“, An Ode to the Donut which became an instant hit. The group has definitely shown that whether music or acapella they can do it all.

The new single “What Does Haman Say?” will available on MostlyMusic.com (use code FREEAKAPELLA24) and NigunMusic.com as a FREE download for the first 24 HOURS!!!! After that the song will be available for purchase on those sites as well as iTunes etc. for just 99 cents. This song will also be featured on the upcoming album from AKA Pella featuring MUSIC which is set to be released right before Rosh Hashana!

Don’t forget to check out the groups website akapella.net and their Facebook page.

Click PLAY below to hear just a small sampling of “What Does Haman Say?”

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