Brazilian superstar Micha Gamerman is always looking to release something new and exciting. This brand new single/video is probably his most adventurous and fun ever.
The new song titled “Rabim” was composed and arranged by American hit marker Elie Schwab. The words from DOVID HAMELECH in tehillim say ?טוב יראנו ימ אומרים רבים People say, who is going to bring us/do for us good? There are many p’shotim on this possuk. What Elie connected to, was the explanation from Rashi and Ibin Ezra. The possuk is saying that we need a Nes to see something good, because there is so much bad in the word. DOVID HAMELECH responds בחלקי לשמוח בלבי נתתה that I am feeling good and happy with what I have, not just financially, but everything that I have is exactly what I need.
Now, Micha is never too serious and wanted a fun and unique way to show the message of this song in a video. He took Elie’s idea to the next level. The word RABIM is pronounced differently around the world. Israeli/American, Ashkenaz/Sefaradi each place has its own way of pronouncing this word. So Micha wanted to show that it doesn’t matter where you are from, what your background is or how you say the word, we are ALL Bnei Yisrael and all brothers and sisters. To bring this point out, Micha travelled to an amazing beach in Brail to shoot this exciting video. Using amazing technology that allowed him to clone himself without green screen, Micha argues with his other selves about the pronunciation of Rabim (Rabim or RRRABIM). When a accident happens, that is when the fun begins and the video comes to life. So click play to begin your musical journey, as Rabim is sure to be the most fun video you will see this year.
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