Aderet (singer)

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Aderet is an Israeli singer, songwriter, entertainer, and producer. Her music is heavily influenced by pop, trance, and dance music.



In 2001, her single "Le'at Uvatuah" ("Slowly and Surely") started playing on the radio.[1] The English version of her 2006 album Tenth Floor is called Survival Nation. Her 2008 single "Say No More" became a hit in Lebanon after playing on "Beirut Nights," a Lebanese online radio station which plays dance music.[2][3]

Her two albums, Tenth Floor and Without the Evil Eye, were released in Israel between 2001 and 2005.

The remix of her club hit "Say No More", produced by DJ Dvir Halevi, became a popular trance song on the radio.[3] Excerpt from Good Morning America: "Israeli singer Aderet is breaking boundaries. Her hit song is not only topping the charts in Israel but also in nearby Lebanon. But there's a real twist to this unlikely new ambassador for peace."


She worked with some of the most popular Israeli DJs for her third album named Jewish Girl. Part 1 of that album was released in January 2012. Four English language singles from the new album became big hits at clubs and on the Israel dance music charts and three of them got into the playlist of online radio stations in Lebanon.

Since January 2012, Aderet has her own radio show named "Jacuzzi" on Allforpeace radio every Thursday at 6:00 pm ISR and every Saturday at 9:00 pm ISR. Aderet participated in the Girls DJ Festival 2012 and got into the top 20. In February 2013 she participated in the Kdam Eurovision competition with the song "Victory".

In June 2014, DJ Angelo Russo released a remix of Aderet's hit "Say No More," released on the Italian label Brisma. It's the first time that one of Aderet's songs got into the Beatport. In November 2014 Participated on the Global rockstar semi final contest with her hit "Chaos" and finished at the 2nd place.

The second and final part of her album Jewish Girl will be released in 2015.


  1. ^ Press, Viva Sarah (March 5, 2006). Sabra Sounds. Jerusalem Post
  2. ^ Brinn, David (June 26, 2008). Say no more: Transsexual Israeli tops Lebanese song chart. Jerusalem Post
  3. ^ a b Sugarman, Nate (July 10, 2008). Israeli Singer Finds Lebanese Fans. The Forward

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