Adi Ulmansky

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Adi Ulmansky
Adi Ulmansky in United Islands Festival Prague Jun2013b.jpg
Adi Ulmansky in United Islands Festival Prague (June 2013)
Background information
Birth name Adi Ulmansky
Origin Jerusalem, Israel
Genres Electronica, hip hop, trap, chillwave
Occupation(s) Producer, singer-songwriter, rapper
Years active 2007-present
Associated acts Lorena B, Borgore
Website adiulmansky.com

Adi Ulmansky (Hebrew: עדי אולמנסקי‎‎) is a rapper and music producer originally from Jerusalem, Israel.

Music career[edit]

Since 2007 Adi Ulmansky has made several TV appearances and released several music videos to Israeli music TV channel Music 24 and MTV Israel [1] [2] [3] , including collaborations with leading directors like Vania Heymann.[4] Adi released her debut solo mixtape 'Shit Just Got Real' in January 2013[5] and her following solo EP 'Hurricane Girl' in August 2013.[6][7] Adi was also the founder and leader of the band Lorena B and also collaborated with other artists like Johnny Goldstein[8][9] as well as the producer Borgore with whom she released several high-profile tracks like 'Someone Else's'[10] with 1.5 million views on YouTube.[11] She's been focusing on her solo career since late 2012, getting a lot of world-wide online and printed press coverage from Vice,[12] Mixmag,[13] The Guardian,[14] Jay-Z's Life + Times,[15] The Independent,[16] leading local press like Yedioth Ahronoth,[17] Maariv[18] and Haaretz[19] newspapers to fashion coverage like Topshop Inside-Out official blog[20] and ASOS.com blog and mobile app,[21][22] and many more. Her latest single and music video 'Falling' has premiered on Vice's 'You Need To Hear This' section[23] as well as getting into the playlists of popular radio stations in Israel - Galgalatz,[24] IBA's 88FM[25] and others.

Adi Ulmansky in Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade 2013

In 2012, Adi was selected by American Express for their The Young Professionals project as the only musician from a group of 9 leading young individuals in Israel.[26][27] The project accompanied the re-launching of American Express BLUE card in Israel and was a collaboration with the band TYP, Keshet TV's Mako and Timeout Tel Aviv.[28]

In June 2014, Adi performed at Glastonbury Festival.[29]

In October 2015, ADI released "Pink Pillz"

In August 2016, ADI released "Higher" featuring rapper Curtis Williams

In November 2016, ADI released "Dreamin'" featuring rapper KDC, The main song off her new EP by the same name

On 9 December 2016, ADI released her EP, Dreamin'

Discography[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

  • Shit Just Got Real mixtape (2013) [30]
  • Hurricane Girl EP (2013) [7]
  • DREAMIN' EP (2016)

Lorena B albums[edit]

  • Siblings (2011) [31]
  • Lorena B EP (2012) [32]

Features[edit]

  • The Johnny Show (2008) - Lishkoah Meakol Ft. Adi Ulmansky (Hebrew: לשכוח מהכל‎‎) [33]
  • Gorestep: Vol. 1.1 (2009; Shift Recordings) - 5 Years VIP (Björk's cover) Ft. Adi Ulmansky[34]
  • Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 2 (2010; Buygore) - Broken Rulz feat. Adi Ulmansky[35][36]
  • Delicious EP (2011; Buygore) - Someone Else's' (feat. Adi Ulmansky)[37]
  • Turn Up EP (October 8, 2012) - Why Does It Feel Borgore feat. Adi Ulmansky[38]
  • Legend EP (June 7, 2013; Buygore) - Kill Them All (feat. Adi Ulmansky)[39]

Music Videos[edit]

Adi Ulmansky's visual style varies with each collaboration and video production.

Year Title Director
2012 "I Always Liked Men With Good Hands"[40] Ori Sinai
2012 "A.D.I" Vania Heymann
2013 "One Octave Up"[41][42] Ori Sinai
2013 "My Heart" Adi Ulmansky, Nir Perry
2013 "Stop This Train" Yonathan Weitzman
2013 "Gurl Powa" Adi Ulmansky, Nir Perry
2013 "Falling"[43] Adi Ulmansky, Nir Perry, Ori Sinai
2014 "Was It You? featuring Borgore"[44] Gal Muggia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TV show 'Anashim' on Channel 2". Mako. 
  2. ^ "Music Xray - Intro by Lorena B". 
  3. ^ "Adi on 'Anashim' season 3, chapter 73, Channel 2". 
  4. ^ "Adi Ulmansky: "A.D.I" Video Premiere". Noisey. 
  5. ^ "Adi Ulmansky: "Shit Just Got Real" Mixtape Exclusive". Noisey. 
  6. ^ "Adi Ulmansky 'Hurricane Girl' EP". West Coast Fix. 
  7. ^ a b "Premiere: Listen to Adi Ulmansky's new EP". Walla!. 
  8. ^ "The Johnny Show - Johnny Goldstein". Mooma. 
  9. ^ "The Johnny Show". Mako. 
  10. ^ "Someone Else's feat. Adi Ulmansky". Amazon. 
  11. ^ "Borgore 'Someone Elses' ft Adi Ulmansky Official VIDEO". YouTube. 
  12. ^ "Adi Ulmansky: "Shit Just Got Real" Mixtape Exclusive". Noisey. 
  13. ^ "Keep An Eye On". Mixmag. 
  14. ^ "New music: Adi Ulmansky - My Heart". The Guardian. 
  15. ^ Pharms, Gabrielle Nicole (21 May 2013). "Adi Ulmansky Speaks On EDM, The Tel Aviv Scene, and Her New Mixtape". Life+Times. 
  16. ^ Gritt, Emma. "Watch out for Adi Ulmansky... she’s got HUTZPAH". London: The Independent. 
  17. ^ "The battle of the refugees" (in Hebrew). YNET. 
  18. ^ "The cultural milestones of Adi Ulmansky". NRG. 
  19. ^ "Adi Ulmansky's fresh color". Haaretz. 
  20. ^ "Five Colors In Her Hair". Topshop. 
  21. ^ "Mixtaped: Adi Ulmansky". ASOS.com. 
  22. ^ "Adi Ulmansky for ASOS". 
  23. ^ "Adi Ulmansky: "Falling" | You Need To Hear This". Noisey. 
  24. ^ "Israeli playlist". 
  25. ^ "Adi Ulmansky on 88FM Radio Station". 
  26. ^ "Amex | The Young Professionals - Adi Ulmansky". Mako. 
  27. ^ "First 'Blue Night' by American Express as part of The Young Professionals project". 
  28. ^ "American Express / The Young Professionals Project". Contagious Magazine. 
  29. ^ "Glastonbury 2014 Line Up". Glastonbury Festival. 
  30. ^ "Adi Ulmansky: "Shit Just Got Real" Mixtape Exclusive". Noisey. 
  31. ^ "Siblings - Lorena B". Bandcamp. 
  32. ^ "Lorena B - Lorena B". 
  33. ^ "Johnny Goldstein's The Johnny Show to the stage". Mako. 
  34. ^ "Gorestep Vol. 1.1 - Borgore - Discover music at Last.fm". Last.fm. 
  35. ^ "Borgore ruined Dubstep - Borgore - Discover music at Last.fm". Last.fm. 
  36. ^ "The Music Made Me Do It : Borgore : Broken Rulz (featuring Adi Ulmansky) : Lyrics". 
  37. ^ "Delicious EP". Beatport. 
  38. ^ "Turn Up EP". Beatport. 
  39. ^ "Legend EP". Beatport. 
  40. ^ "ADI ULMANSKY – AN INTERVIEW!". Kaltblut Magazine. 2013-08-05. Retrieved 2013-08-05. 
  41. ^ "VIDEO: Adi Ulmansky – One Octave Up". Promo News. 2013-02-05. Retrieved 2011-07-28. 
  42. ^ "One Octave Up Internet Premiere". Planet Notion. 2013-01-31. Retrieved 2013-01-31. 
  43. ^ "VIDEO: Adi Ulmansky – Falling YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS". Noisey. 2013-09-18. Retrieved 2013-09-18. 
  44. ^ "VIDEO: Adi Ulmansky Feat. Borgore - Was It You? [Official Video]". nuwavepony. 2014-07-21. Retrieved 2014-07-29. 

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