In celebration of Purim 2017 and the Jewish National Month of happiness, Dudi presents this foot-happy, fast-paced dance song composed by contemporary hitmaker, Boruch Sholom Blesofsky. Set to the words of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the song highlights his innovative interpretation of the words “Ki B’simcha Seitzei’u” i.e. happiness is the key to extricate oneself from pain, ache and worry.
Made possible and sponsored by Soreiku Vineyards, the most adventurous and informed wine destination in Brooklyn, this official music video features the debut of Dudi’s Dancers, a group of slick, high-octane backup dancers who know how to do the month of Adar proud.
Video sponsored by: Soreiku Winery
Song composed by: Boruch Sholom Blesofsky
Music produced by: Shmulik Burger
Choir: David Taub
Mixed by: Ian Freiter
Vocals recorded & edited: Yidu W Studio
Lyrics: לקוטי מהר״ן
Lyrics edited by: Shalom Mordche Roth
Video directed by: Duddy’s music inc.
PR/Marketing – Sruly Meyer
Lighting by: gw lighting
A special thanks to “Dudi’s Dancers”: Israel Kohen, Pinny Lunger, Hilly Altman, Yoely Grohman.
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