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Kidz Bop Drops New Album in the U.K.

Kidz Bop Drops New Album in the U.K.
Children’s music series Kidz Bop will release its fourth album in the U.K. on Dec. 7 and will host a concert in Hammersmith on April 20.

The fourth album in series will feature family-friendly versions of pop singles, such as Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry,” Drake’s “In My Feelings” and Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You.”

Music videos for the singles will be released throughout 2019 via the U.K. Kidz Bop YouTube Channel and across all Sky Kids platforms, as part of Sky TV’s dedicated children’s channel.

National TV and digital advertising campaign will support Kidz Bop 2019, as well as:

  • Upcoming media interviews including a live broadcast interview on “ITV Daytime”
  • Continued partnership with Hamleys
  • Opening the BAFTA Children’s Awards on Nov. 25 at the Roundhouse, London Additional Kidz Bop live dates and appearances will be announced in the coming months.

“Kidz Bop is for everyone who loves music, and we have a special connection with kids and families,” says Victor Zaraya, president, Kidz Bop. “We are looking forward to expanding in the U.K. and beyond.” “The success of the first three Kids Bop albums in the U.K. has exceeded expectations,” says Simon Barnabas, managing director, Universal Music On Demand. “It proves the demand for this unique proposition in the current ever-evolving marketplace. We are proud of the committed and meticulous way all the team members involved have worked together to achieve these results, while upcoming activity such as the first-ever U.K. tour dates in 2019 show that the future remains very bright as we continue to build the brand’s profile.”

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