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Amram Adar

Amram Adar feat Itzik Shamli & The Maccabeats - Despacito A Cappella

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This song, released as an amazing lyrical music video went viral, with videos posted on social media of singers performing the song at weddings and simchas. Even more so, Amram has been contacted by Jewish schools across the world, including locations like; Brazil, South America, Argentina, Australia and more. These schools are teaching children the lyrics of the song almost as part of the curriculum. The Jewish Despacito is being hailed as THE biggest song in Jewish music right now, making Amram more in demand. It seems that every week he is jetting off to another location around the globe to spread this positive message.

With sefira in full swing, singer Amram Adar hooked up with THE boys of acapella, the world renowned Maccabeats who are known for their acapella prowess, to bring you the most authentic Jewish Despacito vocal version ever heard. This special acapella version will also feature the original duet with renowned Israeli singer Itzik Shamli who wrote the original Hebrew lyrics to the song. These three giants AdarShamli and the Maccabeats make for a powerful vocal rendition of this mega popular song, enabling you to enjoy it even now during sefira.

Always have in mind the message of the lyrics, to “take things slow or to slow down.” This Jewish version of the song talks about taking life slow and living it to the fullest. Trust in Hashem that all is for the best and to take one day at a time. What a perfect message for this time of year, when we are all in that final stretch of work and school before Summer break/vacation.


Credits: Based on "Despacito", originally recorded by Luis Fonsi

Lyrics by: Itzik Shamli

Additional lyrics by: the Maccabeats

Arranged by: Tom Anderson

Edited by: Jeff Eames

Featuring: the Maccabeats

Backup vocals by: Itzik Shamli

Mix & Mastered by: Tamir Zur


Downloadable Tracks

Despacito A Cappella
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tzipporah w.

one of the most amazing vocal songs i have lately heared

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I loved this so much! Their harmony was so so beautiful and this rendition was amazing. They also included this energetic and lovely Hebrew rap right in the centre which end just fantastic! Toda Raba! Just a wonderful song! 

baila .

something nice to listen on sefira

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The best song ever


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