I am blessedly child-free so I only have to endure insipid children’s programming when I’m with my 5-year-old niece who inexplicably loves something called PJ Masks. I tried to get her to explain the appeal to me, but it was kind of like trying to get a straight answer out of Lindsay Lohan about that kidnapping attempt. Pointless and confusing. Thankfully, the dear child enjoys a wider variety of music than she does in TV. She listens to all kinds of grown up music like Bruno Mars. She also likes Bruno Mars, Bruno Mars, and Bruno Mars. As far as I know, she hasn’t discovered Drake yet, and that’s good because I don’t trust him around children. But apparently she’s in the minority; kids go gaga for Drake, despite the fact that his lyrics often touch on adult subject matters like God and (ALLEGEDLY) fucking Kim Kardashian. Enter Kidz Bop 39 Feat. “In My Feelings”, making Drake safe for the juice box set.
In addition to their newly released 39th studio album (available at Walmart), Kidz Bop is also embarking on a 42-city world tour. From Sixpence None The Richer to Drake, Kidz Bop has been serving up certified sanitized hitz since 2001! However, according to some purists on the internet, Kidz Bop’s version of “In My Feelings” is lacking the the maturity and depth of Drake’s original – criticism which I wholly reject. In fact, I would argue the contrary. Every one of these kids goes harder than Drake. That’s just facts.
I would rather watch this version 20 times than watch Drake’s Shiggy Shake video once more. In fact, I’m so enamored with the Kidz Bop version, I’m ready to give the entire world the Kidz Bop treatment. I’ve had it with grown ups!