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Elikam Buta Releases “Kol Pa’amonim” His Long Awaited Debut Album

Elikam Buta Releases “Kol Pa’amonim” His Long Awaited Debut Album

Elikam Buta, singer and composer, released two singles over the past two years, which instantly turned into hits in Israel and all over the world. Some of the Israeli radio stations even awarded him with the “Taglit Ha’Shana” award for these two songs.

Kol Pa’amonim”, the first full album released by Elikam, will contain 13 new songs, a mixture of different rhythms and styles, all of which feature and display his very talented voice, which can reach very high notes. Some of the songs were written and composed by Buta himself, and some of the best lyricists and composers in the Mediterranean genre worked on them as well, such as Sharon Avilchak, Eliran Avital, Roni Achiel, Dovid Chaftzadi, and others. It was also mixed and mastered by some of the best in the business, such as Doron Elimelech, Amos Cohen, and Eli Assaraf.

Buta perform all over Israel with the “Eidan Hafakot” group, in private performances and concerts as well.

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