Omer Adam - the best songs without internet
Omer Adam (Hebrew: עומר אדם; born October 22, 1993) is an Israeli singer whose music fuses elements of eastern "Mizrahi" (Oriental-Middle Eastern) and Western pop instrumentation. In 2009, he participated in the seventh season of Kokhav Nolad (in Hebrew כוכב נולד), a popular Idol series show in Israel, but was disqualified because of his age at the time of application.
Adam was born in the United States[where?] to an Israeli family. On his paternal side, His father, Yaniv Adam, was of Mountain Jewish (Kavkazi Jew) descent, whereas his mother is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. His father was a special forces officer in the Israel Defense Forces who served as deputy commander of the Shaldag Unit and Battalion 202 of the Paratroopers Brigade. His paternal grandfather Shmuel served as a senior commander in the Israel Border Police. He is also related to General Yekutiel Adam and his son General Udi Adam. When Adam was an infant, his family returned to Israel. Initially, they lived on Palmachim Airbase, and when he was three, the family moved to moshav Mishmar HaShiv'a.
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