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Songs of the Seder! 23 of the Most Popular Songs of Pesach with Rabbi Ruvi New

23 of the Most Popular Songs of Pesach with Rabbi Ruvi New On the heels of the “Songs of Yom Kippur” released just before Yom Kippur this year which has garnered over 50,000 YouTube views and tens of thousands of

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OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO – RUVI NEW FEAT. SHLOMO SIMCHA: IT’S NEVER TOO LATE

Never Too Late, a Musical Tribute to Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks With Shavuos just days away, a new song and music video honor the legacy of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of England, world famous author and a

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Yossi Green & Ruvi New – The Last Time You Waved Goodbye (Official Music Video)

Friends, On this Hebrew date of 27 Adar in 1992, as the Rebbe stood and prayed at the Ohel for the thousands who had sought his blessing, he suffered a massive stroke. Two years later, on the same date, he

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Rabbi Ruvi New – It’s You!

Like a kaleidoscope’s endlessly shifting shapes and colors that continually takes on new forms, the ripple waves of the ongoing pandemic continue to emerge, offering fresh perspectives on life as described in It’s You, an all new song by Chabad

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Yossi Green Presents: The Gift – Rabbi Ruvi New – NOW AVAILABLE

On the heels of the success of his debut album – Storm the World that rose to #7 in the world on the iTunes World Music charts, Boca Raton Shliach, Rabbi Ruvi New has teamed up with the Jewish music

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Storm the World – Behind the Scenes of the All New Album

“STORM THE WORLD” A MUSICAL EXPRESSION OF THE LUBAVITCHER REBBE’S LIFE AND TEACHINGS For more than two decades, Rabbi Ruvi New dreamed of a musical odyssey with a greater meaning, one that would perpetuate the words of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

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