Nov 252015
Adam Sandler Performs Chanuka Song Part 4 At Concert

Since the 90’s, Adam Sandler has helped put Chanuka on the map with the now classic holiday song, The Chanuka Song. Years later he released second and third sequel. Finally, nearly 20 years later, Adam has performed the much anticipated fourth version of the Chanuka song at a recent concert in San Diego. Adam made references to Drake, Seth Rogen, the creators of Google, and many more! Happy Thanksgiving and soon Hanuka!


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Nov 102015
Hasidic Choir Singing At Bar Mitzvah Is Gorgeous

It’s not very common for something from the reclusive Hasidic Orthodox Jewish world to go viral in the general Web, but this clip from 2013 has just exploded online with over one million new views! The video features the Hasidic choir Shira Choir singing their original song Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis, which means unless the Lord builds the house from Psalm 127:1, at a bar mitzah celebration for the leader’s son in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 


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Mar 252014
Yiddish Klezmer Cover Of ‘Talk Dirty’ Is Unexpected

Is there anything less Yiddish than rap music?

Still, Scott Bradlee and the Postmodern Jukebox was somehow able to merge the Jason Derulo and 2 Chainz hit rap single Talk Dirty with vintage Klezmer-style Yiddish music.

“Klezmer” is of course the music style of traditional Eastern European Jewry. Vocalist Robyn even threw in some authentic Yiddish into their performance.

The resulting cover song is interesting to say the least. 

“‘Get Klezmer on it.”



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Jan 202014
Drake’s Bar Mitzvah Monologue On SNL

Canadian rapper Drake is truly singular. His mom is Jewish and his father is black making him a rare hybrid of cultures.

He proudly touted his unique heritage while opening for Saturday Night Live on NBC this weekend with a bar mitzvah rap.

“I play ball like LeBron, and I know what a W-2 is.”


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Oct 142013
Rabbi Brothers Perform ‘The Sound Of Silence’ On The Rising Star

A new musical talent show television series from Israel is quickly dethroning the likes of The Voice, and is already set to debut in France and Germany

The singing competition is the first to allow viewers to vote for their favorite stars live during the broadcast via a special app.  

Now, this unexpected clip of two rabbi brothers performing the Simon and Garfunkel single The Sound of Silence is trending, and is further promoting the new show around the world. 


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