Israeli artist and Eurovision 2005 representative Shiri Maimon returns to the spotlight with the video for her latest single My sister (אחותי).
The official video of My sister (אחותי) by Shiri Maimon has been presented. My sister is Shiri Maimon’s latest Hebrew-language single and as the title suggests the song celebrates all aspects of sisterhood: the bad times, the sad times, but especially the good times, highlighting the unique bond that only sisters share.
And staying true to the topic of her song, Shiri Maimon invited hew own sister to sing along!
My sister is the second single that Shiri Maimon has recently released, following I have everything (יש לי הכול):
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About Shiri Maimon
Shiri Maimon (Haifa, 1981) is an Iraeli pop and R&B singer of Sephardic Jewish descent (including Algerian-, Greek-, and Syrian Jewish roots). She is also an actress and TV host.
Shiri Maimon began singing at age ten, and had her major breakthrough when she participated in the music contest Kokhav Nolad (A Star Is Born, the Israeli version of Pop Idol) in 2003, placing 2nd.
In 2005, Shiri Maimon represented Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine. With her powerful ballad HaSheket SheNish’ar (The silence that remains), sung in Hebrew and English, she eventually reached an honourable 4th place in the Grand Final, receiving 154 points.
Shiri Maimon also recorded an all-English version of the song, titled Time to say goodbye.
Shiri Maimon has evolved into a popular Israeli artist, releasing various albums. She is also a judge in the talent show The X Factor Israel, and has ventured into acting in the soap opera Yeladot Ra’ot (Bad Girls), and on stage in the musical version of the Israeli cult movie The Band.
Enjoy Shiri Maimon performing HaSheket SheNish’ar at the Grand Final of Eurovision 2005: