Kidz Bop is a brand of compilation albums featuring kids performing current pop hits. The series was developed by Razor & Tie co-founders Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam in 2001. The albums are composed of "kid-friendly" versions of the latest songs on Top 40 radio and are performed by teens and kids. Kidz Bop Kids are chosen by audition
- 1 Kidz Bop discography
- 2 Chart performance
- 3 Tours
- 4 Related projects
- 5 Kidz Bop Kids
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Kidz Bop discography
|Album||Peak chart positions||Certifications
|Kidz Bop 2
|Kidz Bop 3
|Kidz Bop 4
|Kidz Bop 5
|Kidz Bop 6
|Kidz Bop 7
|Kidz Bop 8
|Kidz Bop 9
|Kidz Bop 10
|Kidz Bop 11
|Kidz Bop 12
|Kidz Bop 13
|Kidz Bop 14
|Kidz Bop 15
|Kidz Bop 16
|Kidz Bop 17
|Kidz Bop 18
|Kidz Bop 19
|Kidz Bop 20
|Kidz Bop 21
|Kidz Bop 22
|Kidz Bop 23
|Kidz Bop 24
|Kidz Bop 25
- Kidz Bop Christmas (2002)
- Kidz Bop Karaoke (2004)
- Kidz Bop Gold (2004)
- Kidz Bop Halloween (2004)
- Los Kidz Bop (2005)
- Kidz Bop Kids: A Very Merry Kidz Bop (2006)
- Kidz Bop Karaoke: Words on screen (2005)
- More Kidz Bop Gold (December 29, 2007)
- Kidz Bop Sports Jamz (2007)
- A Kidz Bop Valentine (2007)
- Kidz Bop Country (2007)
- The Coolest Kidz Bop Christmas Ever (2007)
- Kidz Bop 80s Gold (2008)
- Kidz Bop Halloween: The Spookiest Songs (2008)
- Kidz Bop American Starz (2009)
- Kidz Bop Greatest Hits (2009)
- Kidz Bop Car Songs (2009)
- Kidz Bop Christmas Party (2010)
- Kidz Bop Dance Party! (2010)
- Kidz Bop: Halloween Hits! (2012)
- Kidz Bop Ultimate Hits (2012)
- Kidz Bop Party Hits! (2013)
- Kidz Bop Hanukkah (2014)
Kidz Bop Rare Albums
- More Kidz Bop (2001) - 10 songs
- "The Hardest Thing" - 98 Degrees
- "I Need To Know" - Marc Anthony
- "Candy" - Mandy Moore
- "Say You'll Be There" - Spice Girls
- "When The Lights Go Out" - Five
- "I Like It" - Tito Nieves
- "Another Dumb Blonde" - Hoku
- "Don't Say You Love Me" - M2M
- "I'll Be There For You" - The Rembrandts
- "Wide Open Spaces" - Dixie Chicks
- Kidz Bop Megahits (2001) - 15 songs
- "I'm Like A Bird" - Nelly Furtado
- "Flavor Of The Weak" - American Hi-Fi
- "Be With You" - Enrique Iglesias
- "Here's To The Night" - Eve 6
- "Give Me Just One Night" - 98°
- "I Hope You Dance" - Lee Ann Womack
- "It's My Life" - Bon Jovi
- "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" - 3LW
- "Back Here" - BBMak
- "Baby Come On Over" - Samantha Mumba
- "I Wanna Know" - Joe
- "Dance With Me" - Debelah Morgan
- "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" - Kylie Minogue
- "Get Over Yourself" - Eden's Crush
- "Around The World" - ATC
- Kidz Bop Tour (2013)
- Kidz Bop World Tour (2008)
- Ethan Bortnick Tour (2012)
- Kidz Bop Play Tour (2001)
Kidz Bop World Tour
The Kidz Bop World Tour was a nationwide rock concert for kids featuring child and adult performers backed by a full rock band which kicked off in the fall of 2007 in Minneapolis at Target Center. The ensembles were chosen from a nationwide talent search and featured Mary Sarah Gross, Markelle Gay, Kristian Real, David Schiavone, Elizabeth Bashian and Brianna Komadina. The tour traveled the upper Midwest and east coast comprising some 29 shows during a 6 month run.
Kidz Star USA Talent Search
In 2010, Kidz Bop launched KIDZ Star USA, a national talent search for kids 15 and under. In 2010, Hunter Pecunia, from Dallas, Texas won the first KIDZ Star USA Competition. In 2011, Kiana Brown from Phoenix, Arizona, became the second KIDZ Star and won a recording contract from RCA Records. 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. Isabel Lacatus was the 2013 winner with Jennette McCurdy as her celebrity mentor.
In 2006, Kidz Bop relaunched the brands' website, KidzBop.com, as a video sharing and social networking site for kids and tweens. As of December 2010, the website surpassed 900,000 registered users. The website is free and earns money from advertisements. In 2014 the website no longer was a social network.
In January 2012, Kidz Bop launched its first radio show on SiriusXM Radio. Kidz Bop Block Party airs every Friday at 6pm est on Kids Place Live (Channel 78). In January 2014, KIDZ BOP and SiriusXM Launched KIDZ BOP Radio, a 24/7 channel dedicated to playing KIDZ BOP music (Channel 77).
Kidz Bop Books
As of 2014, Kidz Bop released seven Kidz Bop Books:
- Kidz Bop: Be a Pop Star! by Kimberly Potts (2011)
- Kidz Bop Plus One by Bethany Bryan (2011)
- Kidz Bop: A Rockin' Fill-In Story by Bethany Bryan (2011)
- Kidz Bop 19 Magazine (2010)
- Kidz Bop 20 Magazine (2011)
- Kidz Bop 21 Magazine (2012)
- Kidz Bop 25 Magazine (2014)
- Kidz Bop Dance Party: The Video Game - September 2010
Kidz Bop Kids
|Kidz Bop Kids|
|Genres||Pop, dance-pop, teen pop|
|Labels||Razor & Tie|
|Past members||Steffan Argus (2011-2013)
Charisma Kain (2011-2013)
Eva Agathis (2011-2013)
Elijah Johnson (2011-2013)
Hanna Yorke (2011-2013)
Harrison Moulton (2009-2011)
Becca King (2009-2011)
Kyra Green (2009-2011)
Dana Vaughns (2009-2011)
Valerie Gaitan (2009-2011)
The Kidz Bop Kids are an American pop group and dance ensemble, founded in New York in 2001. The current members of the Kidz Bop Kids as of, Kidz Bop 25 are Matt Martinez, Grant Knoche, Bredia Santoro and Ashlynn Chong.
Former members include: Steffan Angus, Eva Agathis, Elijah Johnson, Hannah Yorke, Jessica Gordon, Charisma Kain, Kiana Brown, and Dallas Wayde, Charlie Felts, Hunter Pecunia, Becca King, Dana Vaughns, Harrison Moulton, Valerie Gaitan, and Kyra Green.
- "'Kidz' Titles Bring Pop Songs to Youngsters". Billboard. Retrieved September 16, 2011.
- "KIDZ BOP Media Room"
- All Music - Kidz Bop - Charts and Awards
- RIAA Gold and Platinum - Kidz Bop
- "Best of 2010: Kid Album Artist". Billboard. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
- "Best of 2011: Kid Album Artist". Billboard. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
- "Best of 2012: Kid Album Artist". Billboard. Retrieved February 17, 2014.
- "Best of 2013: Kid Album Artist". Billboard. Retrieved February 17, 2014.
- "Billboard 200: Week of February 4, 2012". Billboard.
- "KIDZ Star USA Talent Search 2011 Winner". KIDZBOP.com. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
- "Phoenix teen Kiana Brown wins 'KIDZ Bop' talent search". azcentral.com. Retrieved March 16, 2012.
- "KIDZ BOP and SiriusXM Launch New Interactive Radio Show for Kids, [http://www.kidzbop.com/fan-pages/Music---Genre/KIDZCAST/KIDZ-BOP-Block-Party-Official-Fan-Page KIDZ BOP Block Party!]". Yahoo. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
- "KIDZ BOP Launches KIDZ BOP Radio on Sirius XM".
- "KIDZ BOP Hits the Books!". PR Newswire. Retrieved March 14, 2012.
- KidzBop Newsroom
- Official website
- Kidz Bop at YouTube