Ivri Lider is an Israeli singer-songwriter and musician who has been active in the music industry since the early 2000s. He is known for his unique blend of pop, rock, and electronic music, and has released several successful albums throughout his career. His debut album, "The Fourth Man in the Fire," was released in 2002 and was met with critical acclaim. It featured the hit single "Yoter Ve'Yoter," which was a top 10 hit in Israel. Since then, he has released several more albums, including "The Great Love" (2005), "The Great Escape" (2008), and "The Great Divide" (2011). In addition to his solo work, Ivri has collaborated with a number of other artists, including Israeli singer-songwriter Idan Raichel and American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz. He has also written and produced music for a number of films, including "The Bubble" (2006) and "The Band's Visit" (2007). Ivri Lider is one of the most successful and influential musicians in Israel. His music has been praised for its unique blend of genres and his ability to create catchy and memorable melodies. He has won numerous awards, including the Israeli Music Awards for Best Male Artist and Best Album. He continues to tour and perform around the world, and his music continues to be enjoyed by fans of all ages.