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The most recognizable name in pop music returned with what might be the defining cultural moment of our generation. Compiled with more than two hours of popular hits sung by kids for kids, this year’s strangely titled “Kidz Bop 2021” is the newest album by the Kidz Bop Kids. It’s packed with all your favorite 2020 songs like “Blinding Lights,” “Rain On Me” and “Tootsie Slide” to name a few.

I’ll admit, when I saw the track list and the outrageous two and a half hour play time, I dreaded tackling this behemoth of an album. While this isn’t my first experience with Kidz Bop, most kids who have been subjected to their previous albums can attest to its incredible mediocrity, terrible children’s vocals and boring placid production. Typically, the integrity of songs is butchered with discount store synthetic effects and horrible lyrical distortions, like when Bruno Mars’ erotic innuendoes on “That’s What I Like” were replaced with suggestve devotions to strawberry milkshakes.

I cynically braced for the worst, but to my astonishment found it to be incredibly bearable to listen to. Right off the bat with The Weeknd’s “The Blinding Lights,” the production sounded surprisingly lavish and rich. While Kidz Bop songs usually sound like cheap copies of an artist’s music, the new sound is almost identical in quality to the original songs. I don’t want to praise it too much, as it’s still fairly boring and placid. However, the songs had the same emotional weight as when you pick up your coffee immediately after ordering and find it already at the perfect drinking temperature.

While their website states there are only four Kidz Bop Kids — Alana, Ayden, Egan and Layla — it sounds like there are a lot more scattered in the mix. The variety in quality ranges from mediocre prepubescent crooning to slightly above average Disney Channel child actors. Despite being bearable, the album eventually overstays its welcome at around an hour and a half which is much longer than I expected. The final half hour includes some tracks from their international Kids, with songs from Germany, Spain, Mexico and even a total banger of a bop from the Japan Kids. 

I didn’t think Kidz Bop deserved to be this good, but here we are. I wonder if Kidz Bop has truly gotten better or if mainstream pop music has gotten worse. If label-backed million-dollar making artists are becoming indistinguishable from mediocre children forced into a studio by their parents, what does that say about the state of mainstream music?

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KIDZ BOP 2021 is the forty-first album released by KIDZ BOP. It was released on October 23, 2020.

Track listing

  1. Blinding Lights (The Weeknd)
  2. Say So (Doja Cat)
  3. Adore You (Harry Styles)
  4. Break My Heart (Dua Lipa)
  5. Savage Love (Jason Derulo, Jawsh 685)
  6. Intentions (Justin Bieber ft. Quavo)
  7. Rain On Me (Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande)
  8. Sunday Best (Surfaces)
  9. Memories (Maroon 5)
  10. Kings & Queens (Ava Max)
  11. Stuck With U (Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber)
  12. Supalonely (Benee ft. Gus Dapperton)
  13. Everything I Wanted (Billie Eilish)
  14. Toosie Slide (Drake)
  15. Stupid Love (Lady Gaga)
  16. Falling (Trevor Daniel)
  17. RITMO (Black Eyed Peas, J Balvin)

Online Deluxe Exclusives

  1. Cuz I Love You (Lizzo)
  2. Panini (Lil Nas X)
  3. Physical (Dua Lipa)
  4. What A Man Gotta Do (Jonas Brothers)
  5. MAMACITA (Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna & J. Rey Soul)
  6. Don't Start Now (Dua Lipa)
  7. 2020 Vision (KIDZ BOP Original)
  8. Dance Monkey (Tones and I)
  9. Before You Go (Lewis Capaldi)
  10. Trampoline (SHAED)
  11. Lonely (Joel Corry)
  12. Breaking Me (Topic ft. A7S)
  13. You should be sad (Halsey)
  14. ily (i love you baby) (Surf Mesa ft. Emilee)
  15. Into The Unknown (Panic! At The Disco)
  16. Rare (Selena Gomez)
  17. In Your Eyes (The Weeknd)
  18. The Bones (US Version) (Maren Morris)
  19. me & ur ghost (US Version) (blackbear)
  20. Favorito (Camilo)
  21. La Canción (J Balvin, Bad Bunny)
  22. Au Revoir (Mark Forster ft. Sido)
  23. 194 Länder (Mark Forster)
  24. Wenn sie tanzt (Max Giesinger)
  25. Übermorgen (Mark Forster)
  26. 走れ! (Momoiro Clover)
  27. I Like It (Japan) (Taichi Mukai)

Trivia

  • "Kings & Queens", "Stuck With U", "Stupid Love", "Rare", "In Your Eyes", "ily (i love you baby)", "You should be sad", "Into The Unknown", "Breaking Me", "Lonely", "Before You Go", "What A Man Gotta Do", "Physical", "Cuz I Love You", "走れ!", and "Falling" are the only songs that were not released before the album came out.
  • The songs "Say So", "Adore You", "Break My Heart", "Savage Love", "Rain On Me", "Kings & Queens", "Stuck With U", "Supalonely", "Everything I Wanted", "Toosie Slide", "Stupid Love", "Falling", "RITMO", "What A Man Gotta Do", "MAMACITA", "Don't Start Now", "Physical", "Lonely", "Dance Monkey", "Trampoline", "You should be sad", "ily (i love you baby)", "Into The Unknown", "Rare", "The Bones", and "I Like It (Japan)" are in their normal pitch.
  • The songs "Blinding Lights", "Intentions", "Sunday Best", "Memories", "Cuz I Love You", "Panini", "Before You Go", "Breaking Me", "In Your Eyes", "me & ur ghost", "Favorito", "La Canción", "Au Revoir", "194 Länder", "Wenn sie tanzt", "Übermorgen", and "走れ!" are in a different pitch.
  • This is the first album to feature Egan and Ayden.
  • The song "Be Kind" (Marshmello & Halsey) was featured in a video called "Be Kind with KIDZ BOP!" on their YouTube channel; the full version of the song was released on an online album called Kidz Bop Megapop on October 8, 2021.
  • This is the second CD to have a holographic album cover; the first one was KIDZ BOP 40.
  • This is the third CD to have a vinyl to it; the first one was KIDZ BOP Greatest Hits! (2016) and the second one was KIDZ BOP Christmas (2018).
  • The song "Toosie Slide" lyrics were changed after being released; when it was re-released, the lyrics were changed from "cause we spun the block a couple times" to "go around the block a couple times".
  • The title of this album is named Kidz Bop 2021 instead of the usual Kidz Bop 41, making this the first non-special album to not be numbered and instead have a year on it.
  • The song "10,000 Hours" somehow was not featured on the Kidz Bop 2021 tracklist, but it is featured in the vinyl.
  • The songs "Only Human", "Circles", "Lose You To Love Me", "Wings", "Je ne parle pas français", "80 Millionen", "Hoch", and "Auf Uns" from KIDZ BOP Party Playlist! are also not included on the album.
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Kidz Bop 2020 – Album Tracklist

Kidz Bop 2020 - The Album

The Kidz Bop Kids return with a collection of family-friendly renditions of the biggest pop songs of the year – Kidz Bop 2020. The album, released on November 15, features 22 massive hits from Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth & Camilla Cabello, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Lewis Capaldi and more. Among the singles performed by kids for kids are Giant, Señorita, I Don’t Care, Sunflower, Just Got Paid, Someone You Loved, Walk Me Home, Me!, and more.

The full track list is below:

1. Giant
2. Old Town Road
3. Don’t Call Me Up
4. Senorita
5. I Don’t Care
6. 7 Rings
7. Sunflower
8. Without Me
9. Just Got Paid
10. Someone You Loved
11. Beautiful People
12. Sucker
13. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (UK Version)
14. Wish You Well
15. ME!
16. Walk Me Home
17. Talk
18. Thank U, Next (UK Version)
19. One Touch
20. I’m So Tired…
21. Never Really Over
22. Shallow

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Track 1Giant (Calvin Harris)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 2Old Town Road (Lil Nas X)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 3Don't Call Me Up (Mabel)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 4Senorita (Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 5I Don't Care (Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 67 Rings (Ariana Grande)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 7Sunflower (Post Malone Feat. Swae Lee)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 8Without Me (Halsey)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 9Just Got Paid (Sigala)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 10Someone You Loved (Lewis Capaldi)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 11Beautiful People (Ed Sheeran Feat. Khalid)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 12Sucker (Jonas Brothers)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 13Nothing Breaks Like a Heart (Mark Ronson Feat. Miley Cyrus)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 14Wish You Well (Sigala Feat. Becky Hill)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 15ME! (Taylor Swift)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 16Walk Me Home (Pink)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 17Talk (Khalid)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 18Thank U, Next (Ariana Grande)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 19One Touch (Jess Glynne & Jax Jones)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 20I'm So Tired (Lauv Feat. Troye Sivan)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 21Never Really Over (Katy Perry)Kidz Bop KidsTrack 22Shallow (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper)Kidz Bop Kids
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Kidz Bop 2021 Has Dropped & It’s the Album We All Need

Is 2020 over yet? As we wait to put this crazy year behind us, Kidz Bop has the soundtrack we have been waiting for.

The number one music brand for kids is celebrating the worldwide release of their newest album, KIDZ BOP 2021! As usual, the album is packed with family-friendly versions of 17 pop hits.

 

The album comes with TikTok fan faves, including all the tracks below:

  1. Blinding Lights
  2. Say So
  3. Adore You
  4. Break My Heart
  5. Savage Love
  6. Intentions
  7. Rain On Me
  8. Sunday Best
  9. Memories
  10. Kings & Queens
  11. Stuck With U
  12. Supalonely
  13. Everything I Wanted
  14. Toosie Slide
  15. Stupid Love
  16. Falling
  17. RITMO

You can check here to find a place to purchase or download today.

––Karly Wood

All photos: Courtesy of Kidz Bop.

 

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Kidz Bop

American children's music label

Kidz Bop (stylized in all caps) is a music brand that produces family-friendlycover versions of pop songs and related media. Kidz Bop releases compilation albums that feature children covering clean versions of contemporary pop songs that chart high on the Billboard Hot 100 and/or receive heavy airplay from contemporary hit radio stations several months ahead of each album's release. Kidz Bop cover versions often also further change suggestive lyrics.

The concept was developed by Razor & Tie co-founders Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam[1] and released its first entry on October 9, 2001.[2] Since its debut, Kidz Bop has sold over 21 albums and has generated over 4.5 billion streams.[3] Kidz Bop has expanded to include merchandise, music videos, a live touring division, and talent search competitions.

Chart performance[edit]

The Kidz Bop Kids have been named Billboard's No. 1 Kids' Album Artist for ten consecutive years, including 2010,[4] 2011,[5] 2012,[6] 2013,[7] 2014, 2015,[8] 2016,[9] 2017,[10] 2018,[11] 2019,[12] and 2020.[13]

In December 2020, Spotify announced that The KIDZ BOP Kids are the top streamed artist in the US on the Spotify Kids app.[14]

The KIDZ BOP Kids were included in Billboard's Top 100 Artist of the Decade for the 2010s (#75).[15]

Kidz Bop 26, released on July 15, 2014, marked the franchise's 40th charting album on the Billboard 200.[16] Since the brand's debut in 2001, more than 20 million Kidz Bop albums have been sold worldwide.[17]

In November 2015, Billboard Magazine announced that the Kidz Bop Kids rank #4 on their list of artists with the Most Billboard 200 Top 10 Albums of all time. The Kidz Bop Kids rank higher than iconic artists such as Madonna and Bruce Springsteen, with 22 top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 Chart.[18]

In 2015, Kidz Bop 29 debuted at No. 3 on the Top 200 chart. In the same year, the franchise moved 1.15 million units, or 23% of the entire kids music album category.[19]

Kidz Bop has released the best-selling children's albums for several years; Kidz Bop 25 in 2014,[20]Kidz Bop 27 in 2015,[21] and Kidz Bop 31 in 2016.[22]

Tours[edit]

Kidz Bop World Tour[edit]

The Kidz Bop World Tour was a nationwide rock concert for kids featuring child and one adult performer/mc backed by a full rock band which kicked off in the fall of 2007 in Minneapolis at Target Center. It was funded, at least in part, by Karen Zerby. The ensembles were chosen from a nationwide talent search and featured Mary Sarah, Markelle Gay, Kristian Real, Davide Schiavone, Elizabeth Bashian and Brianna Komadina. The tour traveled the upper Midwest and east coast comprising some 29 shows during a 6-month run.

2014 "Dream Big, Sing Loud" Tour[edit]

The Kidz Bop Kids' nationwide tour promoted Kidz Bop 26 in over 40 cities in 2014. Major markets included New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and more.[23] The final stop of their 2014 tour was at Radio City Music Hall, where the Kidz Bop Kids performed live to open for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.[24]

2015 "Make Some Noise" Tour[edit]

The national live tour hit over 50 cities in 2015, including New York, Boston, Dallas, Washington, Nashville, Baltimore, Seattle and Los Angeles.[25] The tour was sponsored by Build-A-Bear Workshop's Honey Girls. Audience members at the Kidz Bop tour saw a special preview of the Honey Girls' debut music video at each show.[26]

In August 2015, Kidz Bop announced that it was extending the "Make Some Noise" tour to include nine holiday performances. The holiday shows were added following the success of the "Make Some Noise" tour's spring and summer dates.[27]

2016 "Life of the Party" Tour[edit]

In February 2016, Kidz Bop announced it was celebrating its 15th birthday with the "Life of the Party" tour. In March 2016, Kidz Bop announced a partnership with Live Nation to add summer amphitheater dates to the "Life of the Party" Tour. The Kidz Bop Kids kicked off the summer shows on July 16 at the Toyota Oakdale Theater in Connecticut. Additional cities included Brooklyn, Charlotte, and Chicago.[28]

2017 "Best Time Ever" Tour[edit]

In February 2017, Kidz Bop and Live Nation announced the launch of the "Best Time Ever" tour. The 2017 live tour visited more than 50 cities across the U.S. and include stops at BOK Center LegoLand, Greek Theatre (Los Angeles), Boardwalk Hall, Honda Center, Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island and many more.[29] The tour was sponsored by Juicy Juice Splashers, and kicked off in April 2017.[30]

2018 Kidz Bop Live Tour[edit]

Following the success of 2017's "Best Time Ever" tour, Kidz Bop and Live Nation announced the launch of the all-new North American Tour, "Kidz Bop Live 2018". The tour announcement coincided with the release of Kidz Bop 37. The summer leg kicked off in Toronto on June 1, 2018, and hit more than 50 cities, including Chicago, New York (Jones Beach), Los Angeles (Greek Theatre) and Boston (Leader Bank Pavilion).[31] Four Kidz Bop Kids perform live at each concert, which were produced by SRae Productions. The creative team behind "Kidz Bop Live 2018" has previously produced tours for Imagine Dragons, The Weeknd, Rascal Flatts and Pentatonix.[32]

2019 Kidz Bop World Tour[edit]

In December 2018, Kidz Bop and Live Nation announced the launch of Kidz Bop World Tour 2019. The 2019 tour visited more than 50 cities across the United States, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom and Mexico. The tour was sponsored by Subway Fresh Fit For Kids, and kicked off April 20 at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London.[33]

2021 Kidz Bop Live Tour[edit]

In January 2020, Kidz Bop announced they would be doing a national tour.[34] The tour was rescheduled to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[35]

Notable Kidz Bop alumni[edit]

International expansion[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

In February 2017, Kidz Bop announced it was launching outside America for the first time and expanding to the UK. There will be a new lineup of British Kidz Bop Kids.[39] Kidz Bop partnered with Universal Music Group, ITV, Crown Talent and Media Group, and Creative Artists Agency for the UK launch, with ITV featuring the group in an episode of its star search programme The Big Audition.[40][41]

The first two albums, Kidz Bop and Kidz Bop 2018, were released in the UK on March 31 and November 10 of 2017 respectively. The third and fourth albums, Kidz Bop Summer '18 and Kidz Bop 2019, were released in the UK on 23 March and 7 December 2018 respectively. The fifth album, Kidz Bop 2020, was released in the UK on 15 November 2019. The sixth and seventh albums, Kidz Bop Party Playlist and Kidz Bop 2021, were released in the UK on June and October 2020 respectively. The eighth album, Kidz Bop All-Time Greatest Hits was released in the UK on 26 March 2021.

Germany[edit]

Kidz Bop Germany and Kidz Bop Germany 2 were released in Germany on March 29 and September 6 of 2019 respectively. The third and fourth albums, Kidz Bop Party Playlist! and Kidz Bop 2021, were released on April 3 and October 23 of 2020 respectively. The fifth album, Kidz Bop All-Time Greatest Hits was released on March 26, 2021. The series was sung by the German Kidz Bop Kids.

Criticism and controversy[edit]

Three months preceding the release of Kidz Bop 10 in 2006, the online tracklist was revealed to feature a cover of Fall Out Boy's "Dance, Dance". After finding out that Kidz Bop can use a song without the original artist's permission but needs their approval to change the lyrics, bassist Pete Wentz responded by requesting the removal of the cover due to the song's sexual overtones, to which Razor & Tie obliged and re-released the tracklist, eliminating "Dance, Dance".[42]

A 2017 study on censorship in Kidz Bop found that replacing words and phrases in songs does not disassociate the original in the minds of young listeners who have heard the uncensored song, and that "repackaging adult music as kids' music" does not remove the adult themes even when words or phrases are substituted. Christopher Bell, an associate professor of media studies at the University of Colorado has called Kidz Bop "an abomination" because it censors language but not content, altering specific words without changing or obscuring the underlying tone or meaning. He explained: "I don't need a sanitized version of "Despacito" — I need 8-year-olds not to be singing "Despacito" because that [song] is super dirty. And Kidz Bop doesn't always make that distinction."[43]

Albums[edit]

Album Release date Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
AllMusic
review
US
[44]
US
Kids
[44]
Kidz BopOctober 9, 2001 18 1

US: Gold[45]

[1]
Kidz Bop 2August 20, 2002 18 1

US: Gold[45]

[2]
Kidz Bop 3March 4, 2003 17 1

US: Gold[45]

[3]
Kidz Bop 4August 12, 2003 14 1

US: Gold[45]

[4]
Kidz Bop 5February 24, 2004 34 1 [5]
Kidz Bop 6August 10, 2004 23 1 [6]
Kidz Bop 7February 22, 2005 7 1

US: Gold[45]

[7]
Kidz Bop 8August 2, 2005 6 1

US: Gold[45]

[8]
Kidz Bop 9February 21, 2006 2 2

US: Gold[45]

[9]
Kidz Bop 10August 1, 2006 3 1

US: Gold[45]

[10]
Kidz Bop 11February 20, 2007 4 1 [11]
Kidz Bop 12July 31, 2007 7 2 [12]
Kidz Bop 13February 19, 2008 4 1 [13]
Kidz Bop 14July 29, 2008 8 1

[14]

Kidz Bop 15February 3, 2009 7 1 [15]
Kidz Bop 16August 4, 2009 8 1 [16]
Kidz Bop 17January 26, 2010 12 1 [17]
Kidz Bop 18July 20, 2010 5 1 [18]
Kidz Bop 19January 18, 2011 2 1 [19]
Kidz Bop 20July 19, 2011 2 1 [20]
Kidz Bop 21January 17, 2012 2 1 [21]
Kidz Bop 22July 17, 2012 3 1 [22]
Kidz Bop 23January 15, 2013 2 1 [23]
Kidz Bop 24July 16, 2013 3 1 [24]
Kidz Bop 25January 14, 2014 16 1 [25]
Kidz Bop 26July 15, 2014 15 1 [26]
Kidz Bop 27January 13, 2015 3 1 [27]
Kidz Bop 28March 23, 2015 10 1 [28]
Kidz Bop 29July 10, 2015 3 1 [29]
Kidz Bop 30October 16, 2015 12 1 [30]
Kidz Bop 31January 15, 2016 6 1 [31]
Kidz Bop 32July 15, 2016 9 1 [32]
Kidz Bop 33October 14, 2016 40 1 [33]
Kidz Bop 34January 20, 2017 18 1 [34]
Kidz Bop 35July 14, 2017 32 1 [35]
Kidz Bop 36October 13, 2017 119 1 [36]
Kidz Bop 37January 19, 2018 16 1 [37]
Kidz Bop 38July 13, 2018 47 1 [38]
Kidz Bop 39January 18, 2019 53 1 [39]
Kidz Bop 40November 15, 2019 97
[46]
1 [40]

Related projects[edit]

Kidz Bop experience at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana[edit]

In 2018, Kidz Bop announced the fully branded "Kidz Bop Experience" at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana.[47]

They opened a Kidz Bop experience at Hard Rock Riviera Maya August 2019.

Legoland music partnership[edit]

In 2016 Legoland Florida appointed Kidz Bop as its official music partner, coinciding with the launch of Lego Ninjago World, January 12, 2017. To celebrate the park's expansion, the Kidz Bop Kids recorded an original version of the park's (and the TV show's) theme song.[48]

Crazy 8 fashion brand[edit]

Kidz Bop partnered with kids' clothing brand, Crazy 8 to launch the Kidz Bop clothing line. The line was designed by Crazy 8.[49] The collection is made for babies, children and early adolescents.[50][51] The line officially went on sale on November 7, 2016, in Crazy 8 stores and online. The Kidz Bop performers wore the collection on stage during their 2016 Life Of The Party tour.[52]

Kidz Star USA talent search[edit]

In 2010, Kidz Bop launched Kidz Star USA, a national talent search for kids 15 and under.

In 2011, Kiana Brown from Phoenix, Arizona, became the second winner and received a recording contract from RCA Records.[53][54]American Idol (Season 8) winner, Kris Allen, was a celebrity judge and mentor for the competition.

Dallas Wayde was the 2012 Winner with Gavin Degraw as his celebrity mentor.[55]

Isabel Lacatus was the 2013 winner with Jennette McCurdy as her celebrity mentor.[56]

SiriusXM Radio[edit]

In January 2012, Kidz Bop launched its first radio show on SiriusXM Radio.[57] Kidz Bop Block Party airs every Friday at 6pm est on Kids Place Live (Channel 69). In January 2014, Kidz Bop and SiriusXM Launched Kidz Bop Radio, a 24/7 channel dedicated to playing Kidz Bop music (Channel 77).[58]

Video games[edit]

  • Kidz Bop Dance Party: The Video Game – September 2010 (Wii U and Wii)

See also[edit]

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