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In observance of Hanukkah, a Jewish cappella group mashes together Taylor Swift tunes. - www.sorrentosweets.com

A cappella group of Jews celebrates Hanukkah with a medley of Taylor Swift songs.

A cappella group Six13, which is well-known for incorporating Jewish themes into their parodies of popular songs, created a Taylor Swift-esque Hanukkah medley in honor of the world's largest pop diva and the holiday of lights.  

An yearly music video for Hanukkah and Passover is released by the New York-based band, following a tradition among Jewish a cappella groups.  

"Bohemian Chanukah," a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," and "A Star Wars Chanukah," which incorporated classic Jewish tunes arranged to the Star Wars soundtrack, are two of their previous Hanukkah songs. 

This year has been Taylor Swift's year. Her reworked third album, Speak Now, made her debut at the top of the Billboard 200 list. Along with becoming the most streamed artist in the world, she also became the woman with the most No. 1 albums in Billboard history with her rerecorded version of her fifth album, 1989 (Taylor's Version).  

1989, her sixth album, went on to sell over a million copies in its first week of availability. Because of her enormous influence, Time magazine selected her Person of the Year in 2023. With the title "A journey through the musical eras of her career," her current tour, the decades Tour, is the second-highest-grossing musical tour in history.  

Using songs from Swift's two-decade career, including some of her biggest hits like "Love Story," "Blank Space," "Cruel Summer," and "Anti-Hero," Six13's "Era-lution of Taylor Swift (Hanukkah's Version)" music video pays homage to the traditions and history of Hanukkah. The video was inspired by the Eras Tour.  

There are fourteen different songs from five of Swift's albums that are adapted to the original Six13 lyrics. The film is broken up into fourteen portions. It also tells the Hanukkah story, celebrates eating latkes and spinning dreides, and fosters a sense of Jewish pride.  

A YouTube commentator said, "As a Swiftie and a Jewish [person] who LOVES Chanukah, this is the best way to start the holiday." "It's such an incredible, proud-to-be-a Jew, loving Taylor, just having fun song," read another statement. The "Era-lution" music video also makes reference to Six13's earlier Hanukkah parody of Taylor Swift, which was based on the popular song "Shake It Off."  

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