Prominent Israeli rapper Tuna once again teams up with his long-time collaborator, director Naor Sukie, for a fear-filled video “Seharhoret”.
The rapper who brought back hip-hop to the public eye in Israel – and whom we introduce two years ago with a fantastic sentimental video – released a second single for his new album that will be released soon.
“Sharhoret” (סחרחורת), which means “Dizziness”, is an earnest song devoted entirely to panic attacks. It is composed of different musical styles that fit together, and for that reason it’s a very unique work in the Israeli music scene.
The song is accompanied by a video by the director Naor Sukie, who has also produced the videoclips for the hits from the previous album – the aforementioned “This Will Pass“, “Rock 30” and “Arab Film“.