"Nashim" means "Woman" in Hebrew, but it can also mean "Breathable". This song is originally a Lebanese folk lullaby. In a day of sadness, while driving and listening to the original song, the Hebrew words came to Yehoo. In Hebrew, it is a love declaration to the gifts of the woman in all of her chapters of life - Sister, Lover, Mother, and Grandmother. Produced by "Yogev Levi - Beton Studio's".
"No Rules in Love" is originally a Turkish folk song called "kirklar". When Yehoo learned to play it he fall in love with the melody and wrote Hebrew words to it. "No rules in love, no shape for the dance of the flame, and nothing is sweeter than the taste of The Kiss". Produced by Idan Armoni.