Shlomo Simcha Is Back with New Album

Singing star Shlomo Simcha Sufrin, a member of the Lubavitch community in Toronto, has returned to the Jewish music scene after a lengthy hiatus with a brand new album – ‘Ani Kan.’

Ani Kan features the sensational new sound of Jewish music’s up and rising producer, Doni Gross of DEG Productions. The album features fresh new sound profiles and rhythms by internationally renowned musicians such as Avi Avidani, Avi Singolda, Arie Volnitz and more, masterfully directed and arranged by Doni. The inspired new musical collaborations include compositions by Yitzy Waldner, Yossi Green, Yitzy Bald, Yossi Muller and by Shlomo himself. This album brings Shlomo Simcha’s unique tone, style, and passion to the forefront of today’s Jewish music scene, proving that legends like Shlomo Simcha only get better with time.

One of the greatest Jewish stars to emerge in the past 25 years, Shlomo returns to his roots with both Hebrew and English songs, even evoking the feeling of the “Aish” series, which he recorded with fellow Toronto legend Abie Rotenberg.

Shlomo rose to unprecedented fame by pairing traditional chazanus with contemporary styles, and “Ani Kan” one-ups that combination by bringing his energy and talents to the newer musical styles of 2016.

With guest duet performances with the familiar sounds of Yossi Green and Tzvi Silberstein, “Ani Kan” is set to launch an exciting new phase in today’s Jewish music, exclaiming, just like the album’s namesake song “Ani Kan,” that the new Shlomo Simcha is here.

Click here to pre-order the album at Mostly Music.

2 Comments

  • 2. Membership? wrote:

    Shlomo Simcha is a class act. He does not need credentials of being “a member of the Lubavitch community in Toronto”. The main Lubavitch community is in Thornhill, while Toronto has a few small pockets of communities. Shlomie does not live in Thornhill or belong to one of these smaller Lubavitch communities. Of course neither does he regularly daven at any of the Lubavitch shuls or belong as a “member” – but that does not matter, he is still one of us.

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