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Monday, December 21, 2009

Monday, November 30, 2009

Are You Ready For A LIPAdiga Chanuka.....

Sunday, November 29, 2009

The Power Of Potential

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

English Translation Of Abimelebt

ABIMELEBT= As Long As You're Alive (Don't Worry About The Petty Annoyances)

I want a coffee but there's no milk
I found just a drop,
I taste it
It tastes sour
I throw away the cup

Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt......................................

A red light
A shining reflector
In the mirror I see a Police,
He tells me to stay still
He writes me a ticket
He puts on a sweet smile

Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt......................................

Afterwards I'm Shvitzing (sweating)
Sitting in traffic
Driving a long way,
The Highway's busy
I'm getting dizzy
Becoming enraged

You run to the line
It's already 3 (o'clock, when the bank closes)
By the door of the bank I wait,
The supervisor screams in anger
"It's late, the bank is closed"

Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt......................................

In Penn Station when with frustration I missed my train tonight
They keep on beeping and I should be sleeping like the lion sleeps tonight

Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt, Abimelebt......................................

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


This has got to be Lipa's first performance ever. And look already how many onlooker fans he had.

A glimpse of what was to come!

Monday, September 7, 2009

An unbeLIPAble Binyan Adei Ad

Thursday, August 27, 2009

English Translation Of “Amen”- Track 12 On A Poshiter Yid

First of all, there appears to be a mistake in the album cover. There, it says that the wording of this song comes from “Mussaf of Yomim Noiramim”. However upon research of this matter (with the help of Rabbi Koigel) it was discovered that the words to the Amen song are quoted in Devarim Raba by Parshas Ki Savoi. The original source is the Medrash Tanchuma, Parshas Tzav, Sif Zain and the Pusek "Baruch Hashem L'Oilum Amen Vamen" comes from 2 P'Sukim in Tehilim, Kapital Ain Beis. So I think that when the album booklet says "Mussaf Yomim Noiramim" it's a mistake and it should say "Medresh Tanchuma".

Now, the meaning of the word “Amen” corresponds to what kind of bracha was said. There are 3 kinds of Brachas:

1) A bracha which is a praise to Hashem (like a bracha over food or one the morning brachos). In this case Amen means:
“I believe that Hashem does this or IS this”

2) A bracha that is a Tefila for the future (like Racheim Na in Bentching or Kadish). In this case Amen means:
“I hope that this will come true”

3) A bracha which combines 1) and 2) (like the braches of Shemonei Esrei). In this case Amen means: “I believe that Hashem does this, or IS this, AND I hope that this will come true”

Translation of the song:

Whoever answers Amen in this world, will merit to answer Amen in the world to come.

As it is stated: “Blessed is Hashem forever, Amen and Amen” (Tehilim, Kapital Ain Beis)

Amen in this world and Amen in the world to come.

Yehe Shmay Raba……….. May His great Name be blessed forever and ever

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

No Music Hallel-Roish Choidesh Menachem Av

No music for Roish Choidesh Menachem Av: Lipa Davening Hallel for the Amud:

AHHH!!! How Beautiful.......

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Lipa Awarded Microphone Trophy On The Lipa Cruise

This trophy was awarded to Reb Lipa Schmeltzer on behalf of Klal Yisrael for his outstanding achievement in becoming the greatest Yiddisha Performer, Entertainer, Actor, Composer, and Singer and thus bringing Simcha to people and bringing them closer to Hashem. Tizkeh L'Mitzvahs Lipa!!!

The engraving on the trophy says "To Lipa, The Greatest Yidisha Performer/Singer Bringing Simcha 2 All"

Monday, June 1, 2009

Lipa Donates A Parsha For Ohr Yitzchak's Hachnasas Sefer Torah

On Wednesday, the day before Erev Shavous, Lipa participated in a Hachnasa Sefer Torah with music and dancing that went down Avenue L and ended in Yeshivas Ohr Yitzchak. Lipa donated Parshas Shelach for the Torah.

And get this: Shelach spelled backwards can be Roshei Tayvas for "Chusid Lipa Schmeltzer"

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Lipa Is Going To Be On The Radio Tonight As One Of The Hosts Of The Oorahthon

Tune in to WABC 770 AM or Watch or Listen to live streams here:

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

A New Schmeltzer- Ah Klaina Zeesa Yid

Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Lipa and his wife had a baby boy last night. He was born 3:18 in the morning.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Lipa Sefira Music

The Oorah auction is coming up. This cLIPA is of Lipa singing Accapella for the auction a couple of years back. Lipa is sooo good that it's hard to believe that there's actually no music.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Big Big Lipa Fan Dresses Like Lipa This Past Purim

His cap says: Ich Bin Ah Poshiter Yid (I am a Poshiter Yid)

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Ah Chag Kusher Vesamaiach!

A Reb Lipa Paisach Niggun

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Breaking News!!!!


Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Today Is Lipa's Birthday

Happy Birthday Lipa!!!!

Monday, March 16, 2009

A Motzei Shabbos Seudas Hoida

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Oorah's New Dvd Includes A Video With Lipa

The Shmorg: view Oorah’s all-new CD now!

The Shmorg, Oorah’s 2009 CD/DVD, named in reference to a full “shmorg” at simchas, offers up a menu that would satisfy even the most discerning palates. A sampler, can be viewed on the Oorah site.

The DVD portion of The Shmorg contains something for everyone to watch. Whether you’re a talmid chacham curious about the intricacies of this year’s Birchas Hachama, a solid Journeys enthusiast who wants to see another two of Abie Rottenberg’s classics come to life, or a Lipa Schmeltzer fan eager to catch up on his latest antics, you’re in for a real treat.

The audio portion of The Shmorg showcases a refreshing line of artists, some seasoned performers, and some newly discovered. With brand new compositions written especially for Oorah by the likes of Yehuda Green and Yitzy Waldner; this CD will both entertain and inspire.

As a kiruv organization, Oorah has garnered a unique reputation in the fundraising world for always being on the cutting edge. Their collection of original productions in the Auction mailing comes not only to entertain, but to remind everyone of the vitally important mission of our generation – to reach out to the millions of disconnected Jewish souls and help them find their rightful place in Klal Yisroel.

By enrolling children in yeshiva, giving them a meaningful summer at BoyZone or GirlZone camps, learning Torah with their parents, helping them learn to observe Shabbos and celebrate Yomim Tovim and so much more, Oorah has taken on the mission. Each Auction dollar helps support these effective, successful programs, making every donor a vital part of the kiruv journey for the more than 1,800 families Oorah serves.

Donors of $36 or more to Oorah’s Auction will receive the full Gold Edition of The Shmorg. The Gold Edition includes an audio and a visual disc. So grab a plate, pull up a chair…and have a sampler of The Shmorg.

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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Lipa Interiewed By The Yiddele

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Pre-Purim, High Tech 2000, Nachum Segal Radio, LIPAdiga Show




Monday, February 9, 2009

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The Jewish Music Report Interviews Reb Lipa

A big thank you to the Jewish Music Report for this interview:

Lipa On The Radio- January 27th 2009

Monday, January 26, 2009

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Lipa On Jm In The Am Nachum Segal- January 14th 2009

Lipa And Sheya On Zev Brenner- January 4th 2009


Tuesday, January 20, 2009

La La La La Leep Leep Lipa Schmel Schmel Schmeltzerrr!!!....

Coming Next Week IY"H

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Oorah Looking for Talented Singers- Are You The Next Lipa?

It’s a tough market for aspiring Jewish singers. You need some connections, and then you have to find a composer to produce an original track, rent a recording studio to record it, acquire a good agent and a distributor. Most would-be singing stars would be discouraged faster than you can say “demo.”

But now, there’s an alternative, “fast-track” to gaining recognition in the music world – the Oorah Auditions competition. In conjunction with Oorah’s annual auction, is soliciting contestants who aspire to have their musical talents showcased on Oorah’s CD, to be distributed with the second mailing of the Auction catalog.

For instant exposure to the wide world of Jewish listeners, there’s no better option. Oorah’s Auction catalog reaches households throughout the world with its eagerly anticipated selection of $5 prizes, all to support its highly successful network of kiruv programs. Contestants can submit their audition by mail, as an email attachment or even over the phone. Five finalists will be chosen, and the winner will be professionally recorded onto the Oorah CD.

To enter your submission, call 732-415-7405 or email attachments to auditions To send an entry, mail to: Auditions Dept. c/o Oorah, 1805 Swarthmore Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701.

The deadline for entries is January 15, 2009.

Bonus Raffle for Oorah’s Early Donors

By now, Oorah’s Auction catalog, seen in mailboxes, stores and waiting rooms across the country, has been the subject of conversations and imaginations of young and not so young alike. And now there’s one more reason for donors to send in their raffle entries right away.

Everyone who sends in an order by 7 p.m. January 26, 2009 will be entered into the Auction’s Early Bird raffle. The winner chooses from three exquisite silver pieces, each one valued at $3,000. Entries can be made online at

Every entry into Oorah’s Auction helps Oorah raise money for its renowned and respected kiruv work. The Auction has become an annual tradition, generating tremendous excitement and participation with its luxurious, imaginative prizes all priced at $5 per entry.

By entering the Oorah Auction, participants can view the wide selection of prizes, which run from the typical, to the zany, to the practical.

In gratitude to its loyal supporters, Oorah also offers a choice of beautiful bonus prizes to donors of $250 or more. But the greatest reward is the chance to take part in the spiritual journey of hundreds of Oorah families.

This year, Oorah offers its donors a chance to earmark their tzedaka for one of four categories in their Power to the People campaign, delineated in the kiruv section of the Auction catalog.

By logging onto before January 26, participants have the chance to place entries on a wide range of desirable prizes, learn all about Oorah and additionally, become eligible to win a stunning silver piece that will bring a new glow to their home. Plus all online entries get put into a free $500 raffle. Most of all, they will be helping Oorah to put a new glow into the lives of hundreds of Jewish families.