In a time where religious Jews don’t listen to music with live instruments, Y-Love has made an all accapella (beat box and rhymes) album. its amazing!
check out this interview with
Israel Nation Radio and then buy the album by clicking here
During a time when Orthodox Jews refrain from listening to live music – famous Orthodox rapper Y-Love and beatbox superstar Yuri Lane create all their music non-instrumentally. Come see them celebrate their new CD, a release of all vocal hip-hop over seven tracks to correspond to the seven weeks of the Sefira. With a bangin intro and an outro that will make it hard to believe that Yuri Lane’s mouth wasn’t being produced by Timbaland.
ALL BEAT BOX & RHYMES
“During the 7-week period following Passover, the Jewish Nation spends its time counting the days and weeks of the Omer period, culminating in the receiving of the Torah. During these weeks we are forbidden to use our normal musical instruments as a sign of decreased joy, forcing us to improvise. This is a paradox — being commanded to serve the Creator with joy always, but having His service be to decrease joy. Our music is that paradox. As we improvise with our music, so too, we sometimes must improvise with our simcha. Count it.” – Y-Love
MUSIC: (Passover Single)
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(To be released IMMEDIATELY before Pesach!)
Lyrics to the intro of the album:
Spit yeshivish lyrics made to hit you where your speakers at
On charedi playlists and you know you can’t compete with that
Pump this in the ‘burg, in Flatbush is where my people at
Ready! Set! Go! — My rhyme is art, 613 is back!
Beatbox, freestyle, Yuri Lane, sefira track
Y-LOVE, Modular, you feeling me? they feeling that
Believe in that, elevate the nation, gonna bring it back
Decimating chet, who gonna dare to say this Yid was wack?