The Bible Raps Project

Everyone has different ways of learning about the weekly Torah portions: reading the actual text, studying d’vrei torah, acting out the stories. But now you can listen to raps about parsha hashavua.

Matt Bar, formerly known as the Ramblin’ MC, is working on a fantastic project where he raps each of the weekly portions, in addition to other stories. As he calls his work, it’s “Kid Tested, Rabbi Approved!”

For lyrics and a listen, check out his site.

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