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Fairfax rappers offer their take on the Festival of Lights

Tuesday - 12/20/2011, 11:58am  ET

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The B-Boyz take on another holiday classic. (Photo courtesy of YouTube)

WASHINGTON -- The B-Boyz are back for Hanukkah.

The young trio from Fairfax Station have produced yet another holiday spoof on a hit single. Their new song "Menorah Hearts" uses the beats of Gym Class Heroes song "Stereo Hearts," featuring Adam Levine, and offers a chance for the boys to teach their friends about the Festival of Lights, they tell Fairfax Station Patch.com.

Max, 8, Ben, 13, and Jake Borenstein, 11, collaborated on writing the lyrics, including lines like "My hearts a Menorah…eight days of miracles, the little light was burning bold, God gave it for us to hold, just like the Menorah."

They show their YouTube hit to their friends and teachers at Temple B'nai Shalom in Fairfax Station, Patch reports. Previous videos have received hundreds of thousands of page views.

The boys hope this year's will breach 400,000.

Check out their song:

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