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Rinat Gutman is a 40-year-old Israeli entrepreneur and businesswoman. She is the founder and CEO of the Israeli-based company, G-Tech, which specializes in the development of innovative technologies for the medical and healthcare industries. Rinat Gutman was born in Nehalim, Israel, in 1980. She attended the Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa, where she earned a degree in electrical engineering. After graduating, she worked as a software engineer for a number of companies before founding G-Tech in 2008. Rinat Gutman has been recognized for her work in the medical and healthcare industries, and has been awarded numerous awards, including the Israeli Prime Minister's Award for Innovation in Healthcare in 2012. She has also been featured in Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 list in 2014. Rinat Gutman's net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. She has earned her wealth through her successful business ventures and investments. She is also an active philanthropist, and has donated to a number of charities and organizations.
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After a five-year hiatus, Gutman returned in 2015 with the song and video Shirat Ha'asavim Hashotim ("Song of the Weeds"). Written shortly after a local Orthodox rabbi had been accused of sexual harassment, the song uses dark humor to attack male authority figures taking advantage of women. The video features Gutman playing nine characters, including a rabbi, a policeman, a singer, a politician, and their respective victims. The song was produced by Hatikva 6 members Amit Sagie and Lior Shulman, the latter of whom also raps on the song, portraying the male authority figures.
In late 2009, while visiting England, Gutman collaborated with David Dan, a Jamaican Jewish reggae singer, on the song Agas ("Pear"), for which they also shot a music video. The song, with lyrics in Hebrew and English, describes a complicated relationship.
Gutman's mother enrolled her in piano lessons when she was six, and she began composing melodies at a young age. Raised on Hasidic artists like Avraham Fried, she was exposed to secular music when her parents, working as emissaries for the Jewish Agency for Israel, moved the family to Canada while she was in middle school. She was introduced to hip hop through the soundtrack to the 1995 film Dangerous Minds. In her early twenties, Gutman drifted away from religious observance, although she later became a baalat teshuva.
Rinat Gutman (Hebrew: רינת גוטמן ) (born 1980) is an Israeli Orthodox Jewish rapper, singer, and songwriter. One of the first religious female rappers in Israel, she has also performed in the United States, England, and India, and has appeared with artists like Y-Love, Kosha Dillz, and Roi Levi of Shotei Hanevuah.
Gutman was born in 1980 and grew up on the moshav of Nehalim. She comes from a family of rabbis, most notably her grandfather, former rosh yeshiva and Knesset member Rabbi Yosef Ba-Gad.