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Tel Aviv'n

by

Matisyahu



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This is dance track is from Spark Seeker, the fourth studio album by the American Alt/Rock/Reggae musician Matisyahu. The song was written and recorded in Tel Aviv in a single day, one of several tracks recorded in Israel. "To me, Israel represents a place of light," Matisyahu told Billboard magazine. "It's where I really started to discover God and where I connected with Judaism."
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