VIDEO: At a Nissim Black concert this evening at MOE in Lakewood

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  1. How low can we go, Lakewood scoop be ashamed of yourselves I know you’re never going to put my opinion for everyone to see because you have no backbone

    • Everyone needs a different kind of chizuk. For sure this isn’t for everyone in Lakewood, but the Mesivta of Eatontown does a great job and I believe the Hanhala knows what it’s doing. I’m in Lakewood for over 40 years. Believe me when I say that I’m the first one to miss the old days terribly. But times have changed. (There is a rebbe in Lakewood!) Lakewood is diverse and everyone has different needs.

  2. Wow! This looks like an amazing event and perfect for the Mesivta of Eatontown! Good for them!
    It wasn’t advertised because they prob knew its not for everyone…

  3. This guy and his message are an amazing inspiration. Hes brought so many ppl closer to H-shem. Some ppl say you cant inspire with rap. He says otherwise and, just btw, I’m on his side. Moshe 24/6 wont agree with us but that’s his loss.
    Go Nissim !!
    Go M.O.E. – The Best !!

  4. First of all thank you Lakewood scoop for posting my post. To all those who questiond why I wrote what I did simply the answer is that the Torah never changed and never will change according to the times of the day. The Torah clearly rites “uvechukosaihem lo sailaichu” , this type of music no one would argue that it does not fall under this category. I’ve watched numerous videos of nissim black and he seems like a very real sincere person and hopefully one day he’ll realize that his music is not the proper type for bnai Torah . If the rabbanim of that wonderful yeshiva agreed that he should come sing for their boys I’m sure they made the right decision and I do not question them however to put this video for everyone to see like it’s the normal perfect thing to do is absolutely wrong. just because something is inspiring doesn’t mean it’s the right thing

  5. Before anyone judges, this was a great event for the boys. These boys are gems like any other school. If Nissan Black has a message that these boy chicks need to hear or could influence them in a positive Toradik way they why not??? Why are there all different types of schools??? Not every school could service every student. I happen to know quite a few of the boys and many have made incredible strides in the right direction. As it says,teach a child according to its way!

  6. @Moshe 24/6 – ur right , Torah never changes. Lemme ask you, on Rosh Hashanah, how many different Styles of song do we sing ? We do slow, a little fast, some marches. Etc etc. So, if ur head accepts those styles, why cant you accept rap ? I happen not to like rap but if that’s how it gets through to some people, then that’s That group’s Torah. And maybe that’s pshat in Shivim Punim L’Torah. Some people need to be taught differently. I hope you understand.
    MOE Rocks !!
    Nissim Rocks !!
    Or, actually, Nissim RAPS !!

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