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A Special and Exciting Collaboration Naftali Kalfa & Yosef Chaim Shwekey “REFAENU” Off The Upcoming “The Naftali Kalfa Project,”

A Special and Exciting Collaboration Naftali Kalfa & Yosef Chaim Shwekey “REFAENU” Off The Upcoming “The Naftali Kalfa Project,”

The song is from the album “The Naftali Kalfa Project” which is being released this coming week, a double album with 28 original songs.

Naftali hosts top artists on this album such as: Gad Elbaz, Yosef Chaim Shwekey, Benny Elbaz, Shlomo Katz, Shyne the rapper, Yosi Piamenta and many more …

The song “REFAENU” (Heal us) is dedicated to all those in need of “healing”.

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Naftali Kalfa, was born in Toronto, Canada on the 22nd of February 1981 – the eldest of 11 siblings.
He is happily married to Tamar and is a father of five. Naftali considers his children his inspiration and strength.

Music has always been in his soul, even as a child he used to sing in the synagogue, school choir or for his family. Naftali’s love of music was passed on to him by his mother, “My mother is very talented musically and plays many instruments.”
Naftali loves good music of various styles. His musical influences include Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach , Rock and Hasidic music .

Singles released from the album are – “Tzion” – “Bridges” – “Hachzirenu” – “Ana Hashem“.



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