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Moty Rotman, “The Next Voice” In Jewish Music Presents His New Kumzits Hit: “Or Li”!

Moty Rotman, “The Next Voice” In Jewish Music Presents His New Kumzits Hit: “Or Li”!

On the first anniversary of the singer and artist Moty Rotman winning the “Next Voice” competition, and preceding the Passover holiday in which we left from darkness to light, Rotman presents “Or Li” – the last in the series of singles from his debut album that is due out right before the holiday of Shavous.

The lyrics of the song “Or Li“, which speak for themselves, were taken from the books of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov from a special interpretation he wrote about the prayer of Chana, simple words that anyone can connect with from the first moment. Composer Meshulam Greenberger was brought on to give the work a charming and touching melody, All this is wrapped with the processing and sound and special musical and vocal production of renowned arranger Joshua Fried.

In “Or Li” you will hear Rotman singing in Hebrew for the first time, a new taste that you have not yet encountered which he performs perfectly and one that gives expression to his other abilities and great talents.

Turn the lights off, turn on “Or Li” full volume, and enter into a special atmosphere, one that you will feel as if you were just leaving Egypt.

A kosher and happy Pesach holiday, filled with much light!



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