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Check Out TIDAL’s Kid-Friendly Playlists

As the living room becomes study hall and social distancing grows mundane, TIDAL has a slate of kid-friendly playlists that can help make homeschooling engaging and fun. In between assignments and endless questions, kids can listen to Disney HitsKidz Bop EssentialsReggae for Kids and more. Check out all of TIDAL’s Kid Playlists here which includes:

  • Disney Pixar Hits – From Toy Story, Coco, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, Up, Ratatouille and more in one playlist.
  • Disney Pop Stars – Songs by singers that have played important roles in successful Disney Channel shows (Jonas, So Random, Lizzie McGuire) or Disney movies (Frozen, High School Musical, Teen Beach).
  • Rockabye Baby! – Innocent renditions of rock and pop favorites for all ages – from Bowie and the Beatles, to Radiohead and Nirvana, to Jay Z and Eminem.
  • Reggae for Kids – A collection of well-loved reggae tracks perfect for kids of all ages
  • Canciones de TV Para Niños – Spanish-language children’s shows popularized in the ‘80s and ‘90s were chockfull of flashy costumes, hip-shaking dance numbers, and songs that were as catchy as they were educational.
  • For Kids of All Ages – Teach your children well; sing along, dance and discover the classics with this playlist of songs kids of all ages should know and learn.
  • Kidz Bop Essentials – Since 2001, Kidz Bop compilation albums have served to soundtrack the childhood of many a youngster.

From now until April 15, new users can redeem TIDAL’s special offer – 4 months for $4 dollars at https://try.tidal.com/spring

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