DJ Yossi Newman ft. Aryeh Barnett “K’echud”

DJ Yossi Newman ft. Aryeh Barnett “K’echud”

To date, DJ Yossi Newman has released THREE hit singles and he doesn’t show any signs of slowing down any time soon.
His newest Summer hit is titled K’Echud and it features vocalist Aryeh Barnett. This EDM song is about how Hashem loves us all unconditionally. The lyrics read as follows “Hashem counts us by name,” which means, just like by the shvotim Hashem counts them a few times in order to show that every single person is important to him, so too does he count us all each and every day. He loves each and every one of us. For example: like a child and his baseball cards. Children will keep looking and studying their cards and stats and show them to their friends and show off each player they have. So too, to Hashem, each and every member of klal yisroel is another player and each one is as important as the rest. Nobody is random and nobody is just a number in the Jewish world population. We are all equally important and can leave our own mark.
Enjoy

Credits:
Composed and produced by: Yossi Newman
Featured vocalist: Aryeh Barnett
Music by: Jack Shore
Recorded at: YN Studios
Engineered by: Hillel Kapnick
Photography by: Meir Kruter
Cover design & lyrical video: Yossi Zweig – Intelligent Noise LLC

Follow Yossi Newman on social media:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yossinewman/?hl=en

Download/Stream the song on the following platforms
iTunes: https://apple.co/3uxxqIH
Apple Music: https://apple.co/34sYUV6
Deezer: https://bit.ly/2SFQjM2
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/34u1XfN



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