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Yoely Greenfeld Releases New Single From Upcoming Album “Zeh”

Yoely Greenfeld Releases New Single From Upcoming Album “Zeh”

After two hit albums and the incredible success of the BEATS release last year, Yoely Greenfeld returns! The new album, titled “Zeh” will be released November 23th. Produced by the incredibly talented Naftali Schnitzler. The album, which includes 11 all new songs, will continue to deliver on the previous high standards, and raise the bar in Jewish music even higher.

In anticipation of the new album, Yoely is releasing a single titled “רחמנה ליבא בעי“, composed by Meir Adler, arranged by Naftali Schnitzler and features choir by MK Studios.

The new album includes the finest composers in Jewish music, including Yossi Green, Yitzy Waldner, Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz, Motty Illowitz, Pinky Weber, Dudi Kalish, Naftali Schnitzler and Meir Adler.

The album will be distributed by Nigun Music, and available online for download and in all stores where Jewish music is sold.

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