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Chaim Shlomo MAYESZ presents to you טינקלקייט – The Sound of Silence in Yiddish

Chaim Shlomo MAYESZ presents to you טינקלקייט – The Sound of Silence in Yiddish

On his way to his fifth album Chaim Shlomo releases his new single, a warm and deep song – טינקלקייט The Sound of Silence, the words were written by Shragi Lichter to the famous tune “the sound of silence” composed by Simon & Garfunkel.

Mayesz is well known for his uplifting music, with this song Mayesz took a turn portraying his emotional side, accompanied by a breathtaking music video directed by Itsik Grovies produced by Shlomi Cohen.

Director Itsik Grovies explains “when I heard the song for the first time it brought me to tears, right away I knew how Visually I will translate the emotions to the screen”. I am very proud to have this as my first music video under my new company “IZZI”.

Nowadays the message in every song is what leaves an imprint in the fans hearts, the message Chaim Shlomo is delivering through טינקלקייט after all the dark times you will see light.
Enjoy the song and music video, happy new year.



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