Kings of Pop is the third and final album by the rock band Home Grown, released in 2002 by Drive-Thru Records. It was the band's first release with drummer Darren Reynolds and also their only release as a trio, having lost their second guitarist in 2000.
Shortly after its release, however, Dan Hammond joined the band as their new second guitarist. He appears with the rest of the band in the music videos for the singles "You're Not Alone" and "Kiss Me, Diss Me". Between late June and mid-August, the group went on the 2002 edition of Warped Tour. The band supported the album with several other tours. However, it would prove to be their final album as the band went on "indefinite hiatus" in 2005 after releasing the EPWhen it All Comes Down.
The album contains 3 hidden tracks which appear after "Disaster," at 7:30 into track 12. They are a 9-second "techno song," a short rap about "Asian flavor," and a short acoustic "song for Steve." There was also a single released for "You're Not Alone" which contained tracks "Break Me Down" and "Hope Sinks", which were B-sides from the album. "Kings of Pop" was released on clear vinyl by Drive-Thru Records, and was reissued in 2015 by Mutant League Records after being out of print for over a decade.