Nathan Goshen

World Music Singer

Nathan Goshen was born on August 6th, 1986 in Lod, Central District, Israel and is the World Music Singer from Israel. Discover Nathan Goshen's biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affair, family, hobbies, education, career updates, and networth at the age of 36 years old.

Date of Birth
August 6, 1986
Place of Birth
Lod, Central District, Israel
36 years old
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Composer, Music Arranger, Singer, Songwriter
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About Nathan Goshen

Nathan Goshen (born 6 August 1986) is an Israeli singer-songwriter, composer, music arranger, musician and actor.


In 2010, Goshen wrote for Roni Dalumi's album Ktzat Acheret the songs "Ktzat Acheret and "Kach O Kach". The songs released as singles and had been successful. At the end of the same year Goshen wrote to the Israeli singer Liran Danino the song "Ada'in Rek", this song had been successful also, and was introduced at the top of the record charts.

In 2011 Goshen featured on the single "How to Feel Alive" by Skazi. At the same year he released his first singles as singer. The songs "Kol Ma She'yesh Li" and "Eifo At" was introduced at the top of the record charts, and brang to Goshen's winning the title "Discovery of the Year" in the Israeli Annual Hebrew Song Chart of the radio station Galgalatz. His song "Gvulot Higayon" won the 4th place in the yearly annual of Galgalatz. Additional song of Goshen that was famous at the same year was "Shniya Ve'od Achat" that he wrote to Boaz Ma'uda. Goshen's debut album, Nathan Goshen, was released in November 2011. In the album included Goshen's singles who was released before, and also two singles was released after the album release, "Yode'a" and "Panim Acherot".

In March 2013, Goshen released his second album, Bein Kol Hare'ashim.

In July 2015 Goshen released the third single from his third album "Thinking About it (Let It Go), the song became certified platinum in the Netherlands, and certified gold in Norway, Denmark and Sweden.

In 4 August 2015 Goshen released his third album, Dabri Iti Yoter.

In 4 February 2016 Goshen released a single named "Ze Shelanu". On 21 November 2016 Goshen released a single named "Hikiti". The song won the 19th place in the second annual of Galgalatz of 2016–2017 and the 26th place in the yearly annual of Reshet Gimel at the same year. On 24 May 2017 his forth album Shloshim (30) was released.

In 11 September Goshen released "Ke'Homer Be'yad Ha'yotzer", the first single from the album "Tzim'a 4", Israeli record producer Naor Carmi's project of Chabad niggunim albums.

In 24 September Goshen released an international single named "Home", the music video was released by Vevo.

In 2018 Goshen appear in Avi Nesher's film, "The Other Story", also, he released the soundtrack of the film as album. In December of the same year Goshen released the song "Bati Lahlom".

In March 2019 Goshen released "Mitga'aga'at". In May of the same year, the song "Nana Banana" that he wrote with Stav Beger to Netta Barzilai was released.

In February 2020 Goshen released his fifth studio album Bati Lahlom (I Came to Dream). At the same month Goshen composed together with Stav Beger the song "Roots" for Eden Alene, which she will perform to decide Israel's 2020 Eurovision entry.

Personal life

Goshen is married and the father of a girl; he lives in Jerusalem.