|Born In :||Bnei Brak, Israel|
Born in Bnei Brak, for Avraham Ya’akov and Yehudit Kalish, Belz Hasidim. He moved from Khedar to a large yeshiva in the Belz Hasidic school. His brother is composer Shlomo Kalish.
At the age of 17 Kalish went to New York to study music. After his return to Israel, Kalish began writing a score for Hassidic vocal music. The first recorded vocal songs were adopted by the ultra-Orthodox radio stations for their performance during the three weeks and the days of Sefirat HaOmer.
In 2007, Kalish co-founded with Haim Shlomo Mayes a new project, in which he produced an album containing rap music, based on well-known songs by foreign singers, translated into Yiddish, with songs based on the hits of Michael Jackson, Madonna, In addition, a compromise was reached and the albums were approved for distribution after a sticker bearing the words “The sale was forbidden” was published in the newspaper Hamodia. To the ultra-Orthodox. ” Later on, he returned to his quarry and later issued a disc Mit Yedidim 2 and was welcomed with open arms by the ultra-Orthodox public, as most of the disc’s songs became viral hits, and he was accepted and sang on Hassidic evening evenings
In 2008, 15,000 CDs were distributed for the Bar Mitzvah of the grandson of the Belzer Rebbe of Kalish’s album, which was added to the ultra-Orthodox newspaper “Ha’olam ha-Charedi.” Due to a mistake by the CD-Line company that printed the discs, In the haredi community, which led to angry responses directed at the creators of the disc, even though they were not responsible for the error.