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Tag: Matisyahu Beard
June 25, 2012 | 10:34 am
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June 15, 2012 | 10:58 am
First Matisyahu shaved his beard, worrying fans that he’d lost his way; then he started to bring it back. Now the Jewish reggae star appears clean-shaven again, as the above teaser for his new song “Sunshine” shows.
The VideoJew had this reaction:
Sporting frosted tips, multiple scarves, skinny jeans and no kippah (headcovering), the new baby-faced Matisyahu seems to resemble a love-child between an L.A. hipster and a youth group advisor.
Unchanged is his voice and musical style, which still reminds us why we love him today.
June 15, 2012 | 10:36 am
The “new” Matisyahu released a preview of his upcoming music video for the new song Sunshine this morning. Sporting [what appears to be] frosted tips, multiple scarves, skinny jeans and no kippah (headcovering), the new baby-faced Matisyahu looks like a love-child between an L.A. hipster and a youth group advisor.
But image isn’t everything. Unchanged is his voice and musical style, which still reminds us why we love him today. What do you think of the new appearance?
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