This week, Zeesha sits down with Duvie Shapiro.
Duvie is the older brother of Mordechai Shapiro who was our guest for episode 28.
Zeesha starts talking with Duvie about his love for music and how he came to be on the scene.
Duvie talks with us about his first gig in music with The Miami Boys Choir.
He talks about his time in Miami and how it really helped him realize this was something he wanted to do for a living.
His brother Mordechai was also part of that choir.
Duvie talks about how he was in the choir until he was 12.
Duvie just released his debut single and music video Lech Al Zeh on March 27th 2019!
He discusses with us how it was exactly what the song stands for!
“I just had this drive to go in and give it my all, to just do it and not look back”
You can watch the video below!
Just go for it! An original song, composed by Ari Goldwag, with Hebrew lyrics by Miriam Israeli and English lyrics by Ari Goldwag.
The single is arranged by Daniel Kapler and Ian Freitor! Lech Al Zeh is a song about going after your dream.
The song is a culmination of something I have been dreaming of doing since I was a little kid, and I’m finally going for it.
Whatever your dream may be, whether it’s to become a great athlete, learn a new instrument, or to become a singer, the important thing is to just go for it.
Never listen to the naysayers. You have a vision and no one else can see it. Believe in yourself, put in the hard work, and with Hashem’s help, the results will come.
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