Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Jammy Jams' Once Upon A Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions of Hip-Hop Classics Review


Jammy Jams
Once Upon A Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions of Hip-Hop Classics
On “Once Upon A Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions Of Hip-Hop Classics”, Jammy Jams explores the melodies of old school hip-hop songs and brings them to life with calming renditions for parents to enjoy along with their babies. The parent can take a stroll down memory lane while creating brand new memories for baby. This album soothes the inner and outer soul. You will be amazed as you listen to soothing lullabies featuring the melodies of acclaimed old school hip-hop songs such as Run-D.M.C.’s “Rock Box” and Coolio’s “Gangstas’s Paradise”. The soothing sounds are what Jammy Jams is all about. Experience these popular tunes in a whole new way with baby today.

1. Hey Ya (Lullaby Rendition of Outkast) 2. California Love (Lullaby Rendition of 2Pac) 3. The Real Slim Shady (Lullaby Rendition of Eminem) 4. Gangsta's Paradise (Lullaby Rendition of Coolio) 5. Girls (Lullaby Rendition of Beastie Boys) 6. Rock Box (Lullaby Rendition of Run-D.M.C.) 7. Summertime (Lullaby Rendition of DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince) 8. Regulate (Lullaby Rendition of Warren G) 9. Big Pimpin (Lullaby Rendition of Jay-Z) 10. Nuthin' But A "G" Thang (Lullaby Rendition of Dr. Dre)


This is the third CD album I've reviewed by Jammy Jams and me and my daughters liked the first two albums. I received another opportunity to listen to another album from Jammy Jams which is the Once Upon a Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions of Hip-Hop Classics album.

I'm not much of a hip-hop music fan but I know a few. The Jammy Jams' Once Upon a Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions of Hip-Hop classics features hip-hop songs turned into soothing, instrumental sounds which is very soothing and calming. There are only 3 songs in the tracks I'm familiar of (Hey Ya, The Real Slim Shady and Gangsta's Paradise) but I had fun listening to the other tracks as well. My daughters weren't familiar with the songs too but they said they liked it.

You can visit the Jammy Jams Website HERE to learn more about their albums. :)

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."

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