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Rami Yitzchak – Eileicha Beahava

Rami Yitzchak – Eileicha Beahava

Rami Yitzchak, 35 of Netanya, is a descendant of the famous family of Yitzchak. His grandfather was a big Kurdish singer, and from his mother side their family were mostly poets/singers.
In his youth he studied the the styles/singing of Mizrachi and served with Rabbi Moshe Chavusha. He learnt in the beis medrash Tichin Bar Illon till he joined the army, after which he received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering.
Later in his career he married, and now is the proud father of several children.
Simultaneously, he continued to sing and develop the field. Since then appeared and appears on many stages in the country and abroad.
He learnt in Kollel Pnei Meir in Kfar Yona, and then went to Kollel in to learn with Rabbi Moshe Alon Shlita.
Rami’s vocal abilities are outstanding and finally after pressure from the friends ans family, finally decided to record his debut single “Eileicha Beahava“.

Lyrics by: Eli Assaraf Composition: Greek Arrangements by: Eli Assaraf
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