Thursday, January 15, 2015
Jammy Jams Pop Goes Lullaby 4 Review
Who’s got the coolest kid in the nursery? YOU do! Because you play your baby “Pop Goes Lullaby 4” to rock them to sleep every night. Jammy Jams’ latest release features lullaby renditions of pop songs currently in the charts. Hits by Meghan Trainor, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Sam Smith and more transformed into beautiful instrumental lullabies.
1. Cool Kids (Lullaby Rendition of Echosmith)
2. Shake it Off (Lullaby Rendition of Taylor Swift)
3. Don’t (Lullaby Rendition of Ed Shewran)
4. All About That Bass (Lullaby Rendition of Meghan Trainor)
5. I’m Not The Only One (Lullaby Rendition of Sam Smith)
6. This is How We Do (Lullaby Rendition of Katy Perry)
7. Me Against The World (Lullaby Rendition of Erica Ashley)
8. Blame (Lullaby Rendition of Calvin Harris)
9. Fireball (Lullaby Rendition of Pitbull)
10. Rude (Lullaby Rendition of Magic!)
I did a review on Jammy Jams Pop Goes Lullaby 3 (READ REVIEW HERE) a couple of months back and I'm so excited to tell you about their new Jammy Jams Pop Goes Lullaby 4.
The Jammy Jams Pop Goes Lullaby 4 features 10 pop hits by Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Meghan Trainor and Magic to name a few. I love how soft the melody of each song is. All the songs are instrumental and some instruments I heard were a xylophone, maracas and piano. I like how they made the melodies of each song more calm and serene. My daughters can identify the songs they know (like Rude and All About The Bass) and sing along to the songs.
I love the music-turned-lullabies in this CD and I recommend it to those who have small children and to those who love lullabies.
Visit the Jammy Jams Pop Goes Lullaby website HERE to listen to samples of the songs on this CD.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."