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Album Review

Kidz Bop keeps on keeping on with Kidz Bop 15, which continues the series' typical mix of cleaned-up, kid-sung versions of songs that used to be inappropriate for kids to hear, pleasant-enough songs about relationships that young listeners (hopefully) don't fully understand yet, and a handful of songs it's actually OK to let children sing along with. The collection leads off with a few songs that, for one reason or another, might still not be entirely "kid-friendly." The version of the Pussycat Dolls' "When I Grow Up" is missing most of the original's sexual swagger, but the fact that the song was originally by a former burlesque troupe might give some parents pause. And even if it's not exactly objectionable, there's something more than a little, well, disturbing about a chorus of kids singing along to Rihanna's "Disturbia." As the album progresses, however, it relies heavily on covers of songs by the Disney and American Idol stables — tracks that are already kid- and radio-friendly unit shifters like the Jonas Brothers' "Burnin' Up," Jordin Sparks' "One Step at a Time" and Miley Cyrus' "7 Things." The only way to make them more for kids than they actually are is to have actual children sing on them, something that Kidz Bop 15 features more of than previous Kidz Bop volumes did. While having kids sing the lead on these songs might make them more kid-friendly, it also makes them less friendly to a general audience, although a handful of songs here, like Estelle's "American Boy," Katy Perry's "Hot N Cold," and Taylor Swift's "Love Story," have melodies strong enough that they can withstand the Kidz Bop treatment (meanwhile, Nickelback's "Gotta Be Somebody" might actually be better as a rousing kids' song than its original version). Even with a few changes, Kidz Bop 15 is more or less more of the same.

Customer Reviews

The Saddest Excuse for Music since ' Someone Who Shall Remain Nameless' recorded "The Bean Song".

I actually cried when I heard how these people massacred American Boy. And then I heard the girl who was having extreme trouble singing So What. And I fell over. Honestly people, how often do I have to say, just buy the freaking original? The actual singers are being payed for their awesome music and some kid who's vocal range is about four notes will realise that they should NOT attempt to sing Hot'N'Cold. Why, Why WHY would they even bother? As for you, Little Timmy From Texas, NO MORE RIHANNA FOR YOU. I'm confiscating your toy microphone.


What do you mean they should not sing this stuff this is HORRIBLE PEOPLE


Formed: 2001 in New York, NY

Genre: Children's Music

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Razor & Tie's Kidz Bop series of singalong collections debuted in 2001. Known for their "kid-friendly" versions of hit singles that are re-recorded by session musicians and singers and the Kidz Bop Kids, a chorus of child singers, the compilations became popular with families who wanted cleaned-up versions of contemporary songs: beginning with 2005's Kidz Bop, Vol. 7, they routinely debuted within the Billboard Top Ten, and collectively have sold close to ten million copies total. Along with the...
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