I first heard the Israeli singer Yasmin Levy on the late Charlie Gillett's BBC Radio 3 show. Levy was doing a session but also going head to head with Charlie in something of a play-off, trading tracks to discuss. I seem to remember Gillett barely containing his disgust at Levy's choice of Tina Turner's "Private Dancer" - a delightful perspective-clash (and I have to say that Levy's observations about Turner's vocal performance convinced me).
Levy's father was a historian of the music and culture of Spanish Jews, and to this Ladino music, Levy Jr has brought more recent or contemporary influences from Spain and elsewhere in the Moorish world.
Here are a couple of videos of her, the first performing "Mano Suave" on a Dutch TV broadcast (check out the comments thread for what looks like a pretty learned discussion about the Ladino language!) the second a longer clip of her singing two songs, "La Alegria" and "Naci an Alamo", in concert although I'm not sure where from the YT tags - the clip may even feature two entirely different shows. All three performances are indicative, with the performance of "La Alegria" nudging ahead in terms of an extraordinary visceral power equally balanced with microscopic and constantly shifting details of vocal intonation.
And in the meantime, Levy is currently on an extensive European and US tour, and will be appearing at the Barbican in London on April 6th.