Kidz Bop Kids

Kidz Bop 29

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AllMusic Review by Timothy Monger

With each release, the Kidz Bop Kids seem to sound more and more adult, even though their ranks are replaced every few years with a new set of tween-age singers. Their mission statement of "sung by kids for kids" remains in effect on their 29th volume, which features fresh young voices taking a crack at 2014-2015 chartbusters like Maroon 5's funky "Sugar," Fall Out Boy's comeback hit "Centuries," and a cleaned-up version of Flo Rida's "GDFR." As with the first 28 volumes, it blends together pleasantly innocuous lite pop and slightly creepy, age-inappropriate karaoke.

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