Naomi Less shares musical messages of hope, resilience, confidence that help nurture self-respect and love of self. She taps into her tribal roots blurring traditional Jewish words with non-traditional music and interpretation.
Her 2011 album, The Real Me, creates a seemingly effortless flow between unforgettable driving rock pop tunes and captivating soulful ballads. Naomi shares her vulnerable and spiritual sides on tracks like "Thank You", "Elohai" and her tribute to her mother on "Because You're Near Me". At the same time, she shows her fearlessness to confront issues through her music and motivate the masses with edgy calls to action like "The Real Me" and Responsibility. Listeners can't help but leave with the catchy, addictive pop anthem "Meshuga'at" replaying in their heads.