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Yisrael Hoffmann – Debut Single: “Ki Ata Imadi”

Yisrael Hoffmann – Debut Single: “Ki Ata Imadi”

From a young age, Yisrael Hoffmann has always had a passion for singing and playing music. He has sang throughout his life with Family, friends and in yeshiva, and also taught himself how to play the guitar. He has trained with well known vocal coach Eitan Rosa and still continues to train today. Now the time came where he needed a song of his own to share with the world. Together with the incredibly talented Motti Gantz, they took an amazing composition from Yochanan Gordon and bring you “גם כי אלך“.

The words ״כי אתה עמדי״ – “Because you (Hashem) are with me”, resonate deep with Yisrael, and should remind us that Hashem runs the world, even in times when we can’t always see him. Yisrael feels that these words are very applicable, especially in the times we live in today.

Yisrael hopes that this song brings you to a place filled of Emuna, comfort, and enjoyment.

Credits
Composed by: Yochanan Gordon
Produced by: Motti Gantz
Music Arranged by: Yanki Cohen – Motti Gantz
Guitar: Avi Singolda
Choir Arranged by: Motti Gantz – Yanki Cohen
Mixed By: Yanki Cohen
Cover Art: PR Marketing
Digital Marketing: Motty Klein @ MusicOnTime



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