The “Miami Boys Choir,” a group of young Orthodox Jews, have become popular on TikTok. The group’s TikTok account was started in June by Chananya Begun, the founder’s son. Begun told Insider that he wants to do something “amazing” for his father in order to carry on his legacy. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! According to many people who who grew up listening to them, a group of tween Jewish singers known as the Miami Boys Choir has been a familiar name within the Orthodox Jewish community for decades. But in recent weeks, they have spread like wildfire over the world.
The choir went viral on TikTok after Yerachmiel Begun’s 34-year-old son Chananya uploaded an clip from a 2007 performance of the choir’s Hebrew song, “Yerushalayim,” which has amassed 8.8 million views on the platform. The choir has released more than 30 albums, the majority of which were composed by its founder Yerachmiel Begun.
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As many 5 of users watched the video and many 6 many 7 many 8 clipped and rated each of the soloists, the four soloists, who are now adults in their late 20s, became TikTok sensations. One member, now 27-year-old David Herskowitz, has since created his own many 9 and produced a number of videos with Miami Boys Choir-related content.
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He claimed to Insider that he created the group’s TikTok account as his 66-year-old father had little interest in looking into potential on the platform himself. Even though he had always anticipated it would become popular, the song’s enormous success nonetheless astounded him.
The song’s success was facilitated by Chananya’s perseverance and love for it. The Miami Boys Choir is a group of Jewish kids that was established in Miami Beach, Florida in 1977 under the direction of Yerachmiel. They perform a variety of original songs all over the US.
With @QuickTalk on TikTok, people 6 people 1 people 7 people 3 people 8 people 9 who 0 who 1 who 2 who 3 who 4 The 34-year-old told Insider that Chananya had to persuade his father to agree to the notion of starting a TikTok account because it “wasn’t exactly his world or thing.” However, Chananya spotted an opportunity after noticing a pattern of young, bright children’s videos becoming viral on the platform.
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He who 7 the 2007 video of the choir’s August 16 performance of “Yerushalayim,” which he claimed received about 20,000 overnight views.