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Victoria Hanna

Public Radio International (PRI) calls Victoria Hanna the “freshest, edgiest, weirdest artist on the Israeli airwaves today.”



The daughter of an Egyptian father, who was an Orthodox rabbi steeped in the world of Hebrew, and a Persian mother, Hanna has created her own sound by blending Middle Eastern music and rhythms with rap, hip-hop, and the inspiration of Hebrew and religious texts.

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FEB
23

2019