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“Reu B’Ori” The New Summer Hit From Udi Davidi!

“Reu B’Ori” The New Summer Hit From Udi Davidi!

Singer and composer Udi Davidi has not stopped for an instant. A little bit more than a year since his last album Mechakeh La’Sheket, he is enjoying these days in the recording studio working on his new seventh album. Behind him he already has 6 successful albums, and now he is releasing one of the tracks from his upcoming new one. In the past few years he has established his place as an alternative style musicians and singer, who has been successful in connecting his audiences between the old and the young crowds, who are all enchanted by his deeply meaningful songs, and his charisma that takes over the whole stage. Additionally, Udi has performed alongside Israeli pop singers such as Shlomi Shabat, Kobi Aflallo, Idan Amdi, Rami Kleinshtein, Boaz Sharabi, and others.

The new single Reu B’Ori was written based on the Medrash about the Geula of the Jews, similar to the rising of the dawn that comes up slowly, step by step, even when it doesn’t seem like it. The song was composed by Udi himself, and produced by Avi Tal.

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