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Introducing: Tzidkiyahu – Mi Adir

Introducing: Tzidkiyahu – Mi Adir

TzidkiyahuTzidkiyahu – The Jewish music world has plenty of “Dovid’s”, “Yosef’s”, and “Chaim’s”, but it’s not every day that someone named Tzidkiyahu steps into the ring.

Do you know any other acts in the Jewish music world that writes, sings, and produces his own unique material? That has played for a packed Jewish pre-school and Holocaust survivors in the same week? That leads an up and coming amazing boys Choir (The Atlanta Jewish Boys Choir)? That entertains at Bar-Mitzvah’s and Weddings? That plays concerts throughout the U.S, Canada, and Israel in the past year? That is a singer-songwriter, one-man-band on Keyboard and can do an out of this world one-man-band show with an acoustic guitar and a loop pedal (playing looping drum beats on the guitar, looping vocal harmonies), and creating everything on the spot? Did we mention that he is a passionate Jewish educator and proud husband and father of five young children? Meet Tzidkiyahu and listen to the newest and freshest sound in Jewish music.

Over the past three years, he released two hit Jewish kid albums (Rabbi Jake Vol. 1 and Vol. 2) and tours internationally spreading his upbeat Jewish messages and catchy tunes to communities worldwide. After creating a following with teens and adults and hearing consistently from parents and teens that they love the upbeat, catchy Jewish music and messages, he has released his debut mainstream Jewish music album and is planning a major tour internationally throughout 2019.

Tzidkiyahu believes in taking Jewish music to the next level. On the surface, he believes in Jewish entertainment and creating catchy Jewish music. On a deeper level, he believes in creating the most meaningful music and lyrics that will uplift, inspire, and connect Jews to Hashem. Tzidkiyahu‘s recent social media post sums this up well. “While the feedback from fans has been incredible, the quote below is my favorite testimonial as it fulfills my dream and purpose for making the album. “Your music has actually brought me closer to Hashem. It helps me to stay positive, more caring, and to have more courage…”

Tzidkiyahu Vol. 1 has something for everyone one to enjoy. From fresh, soul-full ballads that are sung at Havdalah and Chuppahs (Im Eshkocheich), to upbeat dance tracks that are danced to at Jewish weddings (Mi Adir) and throughout the halls of Jewish schools (Ready for Shabbat; Flag of Israel). Last but not least, you must check out Tzidkiyahu‘s “Four Chords,” a brilliant mash-up of his favorite hit songs all played with the exact same four chords!

Mi Adir is Tzidkiyahu‘s first single off the album. While typically a slow tune at weddings, Tzidkiyahu‘s “Mi Adir” takes things to the next level as an upbeat dance track that has the Jewish world dancing away. Aside from the classic Mi Adir lyrics, the pre-chorus and bridge add additional blessings that are showered upon a Chasan and Kallah and makes for a truly unique song and upbeat message. The track was produced by Tzidkiyahu and arranged by David Schroeder with backing vocals from the amazing Hillel Kapnick. HilelKaps Productions provided the mixing and mastering as well. Tzidkiyahu Vol. 1 contains something for everyone and can be found wherever Jewish music is sold worldwide.

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