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“Hamassah” – a third single from the new Ben Snoop album

by yossi January 14, 2010

Ben Snoop was born to a religious family in Safed, and by the time he reached the age of 13, he was a musical phenomenon. After his last album was released, Ben Snoop returned to yeshiva and began to study at Archos Ari in Safed. He decided to abandon the world of music and to stop singing. Hebron Trabelsi, an educator that is known in northern Israel, persuaded him to sing and decided to produce his album.

Two years ago, when he met his future wife, created a connection between father and son – Hebron Trabelsi.  Hebron took him under his wing and decided to return the boy wonder in its appropriate place. He produced for his debut album “Henai Hu Ba” Which sold thousands of copies, without record company support.

“Im Eshkocheich Yerusholayim”, the first song from the album a huge success and became an anthem of countless brides and grooms who married last year. את “המסע” כתב והלחין יוגב סמינה שגם הפיק ועיבד את האלבום. The song “Hamassah” (which means journey)  Jasmine Yogev wrote, composed and also produced the album.

The full album will include many surprises, and will see the light of day soon.

[HT: Chasidinews.com]

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