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Kidz Bop, Barbie Partner for Holiday Video Series

Video series includes two original Kidz Bop songs and three remixed versions of holiday classics.

Barbie and Kidz Bop have announced a video collaboration series for the holidays.

The five-video series will feature Barbie interacting in music videos with the Kidz Bop kids.

Barbie’s collaboration with the Kidz Bop kids makes her the first artist to appear on a Kidz Bop track. The video series includes two original Kidz Bop songs, such as “Kidz Bop Shuffle,” a take on Cupid’s 2007 hit “Cupid Shuffle.” Other songs titeles include “Go Christmas” and three remixed versions of holiday classics “Jingle Bells,” “Up On The Housetop” and “Deck The Halls.” Barbie’s vocals are featured on three of the five tracks.

Along with Barbie, the series will star seven Kidz Bop kids: Alana, 10; Isaiah, 12; Jacob, 13; Julianna, 14; Layla, 11; Liv, 12; and Stephen, 11.

Barbie is no stranger to collaborations. The doll line has donned fashion from designers including Christian Dior, Oscar de la Renta and more. Dolls have also been inspired by icons like Diana Ross, Sally Ride and Ashley Graham. The Barbie brand has also been licensed into apparel, cosmetics, books, games and more.

Since its 2001 debut, Kidz Bop has sold more than 20 million albums and generated more than 3 billion streams. The kids’ music brand has been named Billboard’s No. 1 kids’ artist for nine consecutive years. They also boast some A-list alumni including Becky G and Zendaya.

Videos will alternate premiering on Kidz Bop and Barbie’s YouTube channels from now until Dec 5.

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