Ronnie Levin – Dreidel (2020)

Combining the sounds of Cat Stevens, Shawn Mendes and Troye Sivan, Ronnie Levin is a pop artist for the 21st century. Based in Tel Aviv, but originally hailing from Uruguay, Levin has an engaging sound influenced by personal experiences and the significance of life as a whole. To date, Levin has one single in his discography – the debut EP set for 2021; however, it has already earned features from several radio stations and independent blogs like Unheard Gems, For The Love of Bands and Music For The Misfits. Here we’re taking you on a musical journey in Levin’s world with a review of the single ‘Dreidel’.



Inspired by his life as a homosexual male in the Middle East, ‘Dreidel’ is a collision of culture and religion in a pretty package. Touching on elements of personal identity, romance, despair and isolation, Levin exposes the vulnerability of the human spirit. Fragile and delicate, but with a degree of boldness, ‘Dreidel’ is both soothing and empowering.

Melding heartfelt lyricism with childlike vocals, Levin’s music is highly emotive and touches one soul. Simplistic guitars and synths create a swirl of sound with a hazy ambience, yet there is a strong clarity in ‘Dreidel’s powerful message. What I adore is the forcefulness of crescendo with a superb guitar solo bringing home the significance and poignancy of the track.

Overall, I just love the single and can see it sitting alongside iconic modern pop acts like Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes.

For more from Ronnie Levin check out his Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Spotify.

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