After his debut single Am Echad, B’yachad! which became the unofficial anthem of the elections in Israel with the message that unites, Ben Tzion Borovsky continues to work vigorously on the debut album which combines messages of unity, joy and optimism. Meanwhile, now during the month of Adar, which we increase our joy, Borovsky felt it was the perfect time for him to release another single from his upcoming album.
Ben Tzion is an educator and musician, a father of four who lives Choron. He has a positive outlook on life and the need to share a variety of people who live in different places his outlook. For this purpose he uses musical abilities and for the last 15 years he has appeared at many celebrations and events as a singer and keyboard player.
Over the years, Ben Zion has written and composed many songs in the spirit of unity, joy and optimism among the people of Israel. The work on an album of his songs began two years ago with the talented musical arranger Eran Klein. The album will finally see the light of day just in time for Lag B’Omer. The songs Modeh Ani and Am Echad which have already been released, received a warm embrace from the Israeli media.
Now, Borovsky released another single from his upcoming debut album. The song, called “Chayeich“. Not for nothing is being released during the month of Adar. In the song he talks about a big smile deep inside all of us, which will resulting in proper perspective the reality – “Father in Heaven has Overlooking the kids … he has plans .. how do we produce fruit/יש אבא במרומים משקיף על הילדים…יש לו תוכניות.. איך אנו מניבים פירות”.
The goal of the song is to convey a message of joy to one another, if friends, neighbors, spouse, brothers and sisters all around – all shades great smile is worth everything, building us as he brings joy and pleasant atmosphere. As with the song Am Echad, which was released a month ago, Ben Zion continues with his message of ‘togetherness’ and creating a sense of coziness between man and his fellow, breaking barriers and greatly enhances the love of people and love of the Creator.
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