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Shlomo Lipman – Kan Itcha [Official Video]

Shlomo Lipman – Kan Itcha [Official Video]

Shlomo Lipman is a singer from Israel who has been involved with Jewish Music for most of his life. As a kid Shlomo was a soloist on Ari Goldwag‘s Sheves Chaveirim and has performed all over the world as a member of Shira Chadasha boys choir.

Kan Itcha (Here with you) is Shlomo Lipman’s debut single as a solo artist. This upbeat funky song is all about how Hashem is always with you every step of the way, and he always has a plan for you, even when sometimes it’s hard for you to see it. In this exciting music video filmed in beautiful area’s in Bet Shemesh and Yerushalayim, Shlomo uses his background in dance and fun energy music to bring a new color to jewish music. It is our hope that the deep meaning behind the words, together with the Funky and catchy melody of this song will keep you jumping and smiling all day. All while always remembering that Hashem is always “Kan Itcha”.

Composed & Lyrics by Shlomo Lipman
Arranged and produced by Shai Barak
Recorded In Modin, Israel at Shai Barak studios
Guitars by Tal Barak
Mixed and Mastered by Almog Yitzchak
Video by Kooper Studios
Cinematographer and Gaffer Eliezer Cohn
Filming assistant Akiva Airley
Choreography by Batsheva and Shlomo Lipman
Dancers: Matanel Fisch and Ori Marcus



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