Matisyahu

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Matisyahu (anglicized name: Matthew) (born Matthew Miller on June 30, 1979) is an Hasidic Jew and musician.

His most famous hits include:

"King Without a Crown," in which he speaks of God's role as the source of his happiness and stability, "Jerusalem," in which he praises the state of Israel and advocates re-taking the Temple Mount, "Youth," in which he condemns drug use and promiscuity amoung youth, encouraging them to find God, "One Day," in which he expresses his desire for peace, particularly in the Holy Land. [1]


References

  1. http://www.starpulse.com/Music/Matisyahu/Biography/

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