Shua Kessin Releases Free Single Ahead Of Debut Release

Click on audio below to hear (and download) the A Cappela version of Nishmas sung by Shua Kessin. This is a song that Shua composed and will also be featured on his upcoming album “LO LIHITYAISH” which will be released at the end of the Summer. The album was produced by Ozer Babad.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Dont know what 1:14 is refering to. what does tone deaf have to do with knowing that this song is exactly like another song? A tone deaf person would know that cause they would hear both songs the same way……uuuuuuhhhhhh

  2. and who do you think the rabbi sons were copying
    SHLOMO CARLEBACH
    so i guess its a copy of a copy
    now what
    to me it was enjoyable and meaningful

  3. IT's beautiful and even if its taken from umacha Hashem, its better than all the garbage taken from the rest of the world! rather take from a hartzig song than from spanish, mexican or what not…. many of todays newest hits, arent new! they're just new to us because they from goyish rockstars.

  4. I agree with 10:17
    and unfortunately its a very sad fact
    there is almost no original songs today so at least its from a style with a point
    and thats for sure true about kessin,i was by 2 shows he sang in i believe one was with miami & fried this past sukkos and he sang a few of his stuff alot of toichin i also watched a web cast of him were he did 2 hours of straight up Carlebach and his own so i guess he definitely touches on that style

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