Yoni Z: Next generation of Jewish music and Jewish video clips

'I decided if I was going to do this career, I wanted it to be very much full-throttle, to go ahead with it how it's now developing, b"H.'

Yoni Kempinski,

On-set with Yoni Z
On-set with Yoni Z
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After releasing his debut album just ten days ago, “AYO” the fifth music video in Yoni’s series was filmed in Eilat, Israel, breaking a record for the amount of music video releases for one particular Jewish music album.

"Growing up I always loved the imagination, creativity, exploring, and I loved the impossible," he told Arutz Sheva. "I was a video editor and I was into film and dance and art, and I was always into music but I never thought I'd sing; I was very scared of the stage growing up. I was never in Miami Boy's or one of those choirs ever.

"Then at 15 I just decided to take a leap of faith and I started to sing and do my first gig. I decided that if I was going to do this career, I wanted it to be very much full-throttle; I wanted it to go ahead with it in the way that it's now developing, baruch Hashem.

"So the music videos, the concerts - everything - I like to bring people into a certain voyage or a journey; an adventure..."

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