Nissim Black's new Hanukkah song 'Victory' fights against antisemitism

The song is about taking a stance against anti-Jewish discrimination as well as the story of Hanukkah.

Nissim Black in a field wearing traditional Hasidic garb. (Tziporah Litman/Courtesy of Black) (photo credit: NISSIM BLACK)
Nissim Black in a field wearing traditional Hasidic garb. (Tziporah Litman/Courtesy of Black)
(photo credit: NISSIM BLACK)

Jewish music artist Nissim Black released a new song on Monday titled "Victory," just ahead of the Hanukkah holiday.

The song, was written by Black himself, and produced by Mickey Mocton, is about taking a stance against anti-Jewish discrimination as well as the story of Hanukkah.

The music video can be watched below:

The making of the video was also endorsed by the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic. It was produced, filmed, edited and directed by Liron Afuta.

"It's much more than just a candlelight, 'cause we've fought more than just a little fight," the artist sings as he's lighting the menorah in the music video, part of which also features the rapper in a boxing ring.

NISSIM BLACK is thrilled to be able to do concerts again. (credit: TZIPORAH LITMAN)NISSIM BLACK is thrilled to be able to do concerts again. (credit: TZIPORAH LITMAN)

About the artist

A gangster rapper who was born in Seattle, Washington, Black later converted to Judaism. He's garnered over a million views on several different music videos. This newest one has nearly 15,000 views as of Saturday morning.

"It's much more than just a candlelight, 'cause we've fought more than just a little fight."

Nissim Black

Black lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh. Last year, he broke into the liquor business and started his own brand of alcohol.

A few months ago, he collaborated with American musician Dustin Paul.