Songwriter and record label boss Mama Tee returns with a Hebrew and English version of her Christmas song titled “Shalom Elohim Alaich” (Peace Unto You) . This project was a collaboration between recording artist Raphael Emeka and a team he had been working with from Israel for some of his previous releases. This song takes us back to the birth of Jesus using a combination of Hebrew and English to describe the purpose of Christmas!
Mama Tee wanted the song in Hebrew, because the old testament was written in Hebrew. The old testament made frequent references to the coming of Christ. An opportunity to have a song sung in one of the main languages of the Bible was one she couldn’t pass up!
Mama Tee reiterates that the purpose of Christmas is written in John 3:16-17 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.
John 3:16-17 NKJV
The Original song was written by Tolu, composed and produced by Emmanuel Awipi, sung by Rume.
This version sees Raphael Emeka and his wife Ikiomongha Opere team up to deliver the Hebrew parts of the song. The translation was done by David and Yonnah Bronshtein and others.
Watch Lyric Video Below;
Mynorkord mixed and mastered both versions.
Cover art was done by Bebra of Ayicera Media.
Check out the original version: https://recordu.lnk.to/Peace_
Watch music video below:
About Raphael Emeka:
Raphael Emeka was a worship leader at the Beersheva, Israel, congregation “Nachalat Yeshua” and has published a couple of Hebrew gospel songs during his time serving at the congregation, alongside his PhD studies.
Emeka was born and raised in Nigeria and has directed the worship teams of congregations in his country as well as in Ghana, England and Israel during his previous academic studies. Residing in these countries have greatly influenced his music, driving his passion to express God’s unity through our diverse expressions of worship.
You can find Raphael Emeka’s music on YouTube, Spotify and other streaming platforms.