More ‘Jewish Justin Biebers’?
Orthodox Jewish kids make ‘Baby’ parody...Oy Gevalt
Edon Pinchot, looks like you may have some competition for the “Jewish Justin Bieber” tag.
A parody of the pop star’s hit song, “Baby” was posted to Youtube last month, titled “Rabbi.”
In the video, an orthodox Jewish boy band called “The Shepsalach” (meaning 'little sheep' in Yiddish) performs the song in Hebrew while English subtitles are available at the bottom.
“Rabbi” also features a shofar solo, and is performed using menorah keyboard.
The song is apparently part of a larger project Yuval Nobelman, a film student who is producing a comedy about the orthodox Jewish boy band.
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