Jewish Journal


July 6, 2012

One Israeli Creation for the Weekend



Shotei Hanevua

Shotei Ha’nevua (“The Fools of Prophecy”) was an Israeli band, who broke up in 2007, but their music still have a major part in Israel’s music scene. Their music is a fusion of Dub-Raggae with Hip-Hop and Dance music, with an addition of a Mediterranean flavor.

Shotei Ha’nevua even had a short international career when they toured the U.S in 2005. After their separation, their lead singer, Avraham Tal, went on a solo career and nowadays performs with the band’s songs as well as with original songs of his own. 

What makes them one of my favorite bands is the fact I can enjoy their music when I am looking for relaxation and also when I want to party and have a good time, thanks to their variety of songs. Here are two of my favorite songs of Shotei Ha’nevua:

Kol Galgal (“The voice of a wheel”)

Hoo (“Him”)

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