Recent additions to the Kids Music CD's (& some you may have missed)
We've been adding to and updating our Kid's music section and have added some great new CD's to our collection, especially for Tweens.
Justin Bieber : Believe Global superstar Justin Bieber officially takes the wraps off his eagerly anticipated new studio album BELIEVE. BELIEVE takes flight on the wings of Boyfriend, its first worldwide smash single. The Boyfriend video has shattered all YouTube records since its MTV premiere on May 3rd... The album features guest appearances by Ludacris, Nicki Minaj, Drake, and Big Sean.
Justin Bieber : My World 2.0 Contains the songs : Baby (feat. Ludacris) -- Somebody to love -- Stuck in the moment -- U smile -- Runaway love -- Never let you go -- Overboard|r(feat. Jessica Jarrell) -- Eenie meenie (feat. Sean Kingston) -- Up -- That should be me --Where are you now?
Big Time Rush : Elevate Elevate takes Big Time Rush's distinctive sound to new heights. The songs on the album were produced by top music hit makers including Ryan Tedder, Tricky & The Dream, JR Rotem, and Toby Gad, among others. Elevate features tracks including the album's first single, "Music Sounds Better With U (featuring Mann)," "Show Me," and "All Over Again," plus brand-new music that will debut on new episodes of Big Time Rush. -- Amazon.
Colbie Caillat : Breakthrough Armed simply with her dusky vocals and acoustic guitar, Colbie Caillat and her homespun music continue to resonate with listeners and win new fans. Little more than a year after the release of her nearly double platinum debut album “CoCo,” Caillat has so quickly made such an enduring impact that USA Today declared the California girl a vital part of “a new wave of troubadours luring fans of all ages -- Amazon.
Colbie Caillat : Coco Singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat is one of the most celebrated artists to emerge from the growing talent pool of digitally-savvy self-launched artists, whose rise to prominence as the #1 unsigned artist on the popular myspace site has been largely due to her refreshing sense of understatement. - Publisher Description.
Greyson Chance : Hold on 'Til the Night When 13-year-old Greyson Chance posted a clip of himself performing Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" on YouTube in April, he never dreamed that the video would become a viral sensation viewed by more than 28 million people. The clip, shot by Greyson's dad, shows the Cheyenne Middle School sixth-grader at the piano, singing his heart out at a choir event as the female-dominated audience looks on slack-jawed with amazement. -- Amazon.
Owl City : Of June In the state of Minnesota lies a small town called Owatonna with roughly twenty-two thousand inhabitants; within that city is a quiet road with a modest house. In that house there’s an unkempt basement with no windows. Within those confines you’ll find Adam Young of Owl City hard at work, creating his electronic and melodically infectious brand of music with a simple and singular beauty. Inside this “cave,” as Adam likes to describe it, he has begun to quickly win over a large audience thirsty for something genuine, something sublime. --from the Owl City Biography site
Paramore : Brand New Eyes Over 2 million records sold, three gold and one platinum single, a gold DVD release, countless sold out tour dates and numerous awards and nominations including the 2008 Grammy Nomination For 'Best New Artist' Award, you can say that Paramore has reached mainstream stardom... The 11-track collection is unquestionably Paramore's best and brightest album to date, fit to burst with all the exuberant melodies, breathless hooks, and irrepressible energy that has made the Nashville-based band one of the most popular rock outfits in recent memory.
Paramore : Riot Ah, youth: the exuberance, the energy, the blistering highs and bottomless depths. It’s an ideal breeding ground for true rock & roll belief. Hence, the youngsters of Paramore unearth geysers of loud, sugary angst on Riot!, their major label debut and follow-up to 2005’s All We Know Is Falling. -- from Amazon
Taylopr Swift : Speak Now With "Speak Now" Taylor Swift ups the singer/songwriter aspect of her art and turns down the radio-ready emphasis a notch. It is a little less calculated and a little more comfortable than her last two, especially 2008's non-stop hit factory "Fearless." -- by Rudy Palma, Top 1000 Reviewer