The most awarded Canadian singer in 2018 scores his highest debut on the iTunes Jazz Song Chart with the track, which debuts at the top spot on March 9.
Ori Dagan continues to dominate the Jazz world with airplay, streaming and sales with his critically-acclaimed release Nathaniel: A Tribute to Nat King Cole as well as continuing to showcase the album’s accompanying videos that formed the genre’s first ever visual Jazz album that has garnered over 80 nominations and awards around the world in 2018.
His new single, “Non Dimenticar”, debuted immediately on the #1 position on the Canadian iTunes Jazz Song chart, becoming the first new song to reach the top spot in months, jumping over Louis Armstrong, Nina Simone, and Bobby McFerrin.
Last year, Ori Dagan was one of just 12 Jazz artists to perform at SXSW out of their total lineup of 600 musical acts, and the only Canadian Jazz artist on the bill.
Nathaniel: A Tribute to Nat King Cole debuted at #1 on the iTunes Canada Jazz Chart, and has racked up an impressive series of International awards and accolades, as well as hefty growth as a beloved fan favourite genre-wide. Hitting more than 100k for each video within days of release, Nathaniel’s visual album also took home Global Music Awards’ Silver Medal Winner for Best Album, Nevada International Film Festival’s Winner of Platinum Reel Award for “Sting of the Cactus”, Open World Toronto Film Festival’s Winner of Best Music Video for “Sting of the Cactus”, Australian Port Shorts Film Festival’s Official Selection for “Sweetheart”, India’s Arthouse Asia Official Selection for “Bibimbap”, and many more.