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BUILD IT UP! – EN3RGY With Eli Atias

BUILD IT UP! – EN3RGY With Eli Atias

EN3RGY is all about bringing audiences something new, something fresh, something different. In this captivating music video you’ve got all of that – and then some!

We teamed up with the very talented Eli Atias, witness his dazzling vocals blend with the energetic melodies and show stopping arrangements. Oh, and did we forget to mention the spectacular cinematic experience you are about to witness? Just wait for that build up… We won’t spoil it for you – simply hit play!

1) Od Yishoma – Boruch Sholom
2) Hinei Elokeinu – Shwekey
3) Mi Yemalel – Zanvil Weinberger
4) V’atah Omartah – Chabad
5) Lo Savoshi
6) Mazal – Moshe Tischler

Sung by Eli Atias
Music by En3rgy/Chaim Bokchin
Producer, Arranger and Guitarist – Chaim Bokchin
Drums – Yechiel Bokchin
Keys, Ableton Programming – Jacob Spadaro
Bass Guitar – Yaacov Weiner
Saxophones – Joe Natalie, Drew Vanderwinkle and Geoff Vidal
Trumpets – Kai Sandoval and Nolan Tsang
Trombone – David Whitwell
Percussion – Jonathan Gomez
Backup Vocals – En3rgy Lead by Jacob Spadaro
Backline – Solvetech
Mix and Master – V-Gold Beat Production (917 854-0280)

Video Produced by: Motty Berkowitz
Filmed by: Austin Hein Productions, Tyce Hoskin & Motty Berkowitz
Colored by: Rafi Barides
Set Assistants: Dave Goldman, Moshe Leib Gross & Meir Elin
Thumbnail by: Yechiel Landman
Video Marketing – I & Me Media
Public Relations – Normyn Media

Special thanks to Gershy Schwartz & Ruli Ezrachi

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