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4th Jan '18 11:58:51 AM mightymewtron
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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 36th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.

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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 36th 37th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.
23rd Dec '17 12:29:44 PM Assassin-sensei
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** In their cover of Flo Rida's "Wild Ones", every alcoholic beverage reference is removed, but a bizzare aversion is the word "vodka" in the line "Gotta move over like too much vodka".[[note]]The original lyric is "Got a hangover like too much vodka", and given that the term "hangover" wouldn't be appropriate in a Kidz Bop cover, it makes sense for the word to be changed, and being asked to "move over" after excessive vodka consumption also makes sense in context, but the mystery that remains is why the reference to vodka is left intact (whereas every other drinking reference is modified)[[/note]].

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** In their cover of Flo Rida's "Wild Ones", every alcoholic beverage reference is removed, but a bizzare bizarre aversion is the word "vodka" in the line "Gotta move over like too much vodka".[[note]]The original lyric is "Got a hangover like too much vodka", and given that the term "hangover" wouldn't be appropriate in a Kidz Bop cover, it makes sense for the word to be changed, and being asked to "move over" after excessive vodka consumption also makes sense in context, but the mystery that remains is why the reference to vodka is left intact (whereas every other drinking reference is modified)[[/note]].



** "This Love" has its sexual and drug-based lyrics kept fully intact, complete with the adult singer placing an inappropriate clear emphasis on the line "keep her ''coming'' every night."



* NeverSayDie: The word is usually altered on most ocassions.

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* NeverSayDie: The word is usually altered on most ocassions.occasions.
24th Nov '17 11:53:02 AM Pichu-kun
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** There are occasionally bizarre aversions, such as Music/{{Buckcherry}}'s "Sorry", [[Music/CeeLoGreen Gnarls]] [[Music/BrianBurton Barkely]]'s "Crazy", Music/ZaraLarsson & MNEK's "Never Forget You", Frank Ferdinand's "Take Me Out", and Destiny Child's "Survivor".

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** There are occasionally bizarre aversions, such as Music/{{Buckcherry}}'s "Sorry", [[Music/CeeLoGreen Gnarls]] [[Music/BrianBurton Barkely]]'s "Crazy", Music/ZaraLarsson & MNEK's "Never Forget You", Frank Ferdinand's "Take Me Out", Music/DestinysChild's "Survivor", and Destiny Child's "Survivor".Music/{{Evanescence}}'s "Bring Me To Life".
7th Nov '17 8:26:16 PM Maestrojosh87
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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 35th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.

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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 35th 36th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.
4th Nov '17 7:44:51 AM DDRnut15
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16th Sep '17 6:15:06 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't. "That's What I Like" made ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee", "Humble", and (most surprisingly) "Shape of You" didn't; "Despacito" will probably be on ''36'', while "I'm the One" has a 50/50 chance. [[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't. "That's What I Like" made ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee", "Humble", and (most surprisingly) "Shape of You" didn't; "Despacito" will probably be on "I'm the One" made ''36'', while "I'm "Despacito" missed the One" has a 50/50 chance. boat. Will "Look What You Made Me Do" be on ''37''? Stay tuned.[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
24th Jun '17 12:04:38 PM LaptopGuy
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't. "That's What I Like" made ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee", "Humble", and (most surprisingly) "Shape of You" didn't; "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance for ''36''. [[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't. "That's What I Like" made ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee", "Humble", and (most surprisingly) "Shape of You" didn't; "Despacito" will probably be on ''36'', while "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have has a 50/50 chance for ''36''.chance. [[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
5th Jun '17 11:23:49 AM LaptopGuy
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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 34th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.

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''Kidz Bop'' is a CD series of pop song covers performed by kids. Currently on the [[LongRunner 34th 35th CD]] of their main series, Kidz Bop has also released several special collection [=CDs=]. Kidz Bop releases albums every six months; it changed to a quarterly release schedule in 2015 but returned to its traditional biannual release a year later.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait for ''36'' regardless.
"That's What I Like" is already confirmed to be on ''35''. [[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" will most likely make didn't. "That's What I Like" made ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" Boujee", "Humble", and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; (most surprisingly) "Shape of You" didn't; "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait chance for ''36'' regardless.
"That's What I Like" is already confirmed to be on ''35''.
''36''. [[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
26th May '17 1:28:31 PM tomgsinger
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" and "That's What I Like" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait for ''36'' regardless.[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" and "That's What I Like" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; "I'm the One" and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait for ''36'' regardless.regardless.
"That's What I Like" is already confirmed to be on ''35''.
[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
15th May '17 3:24:41 PM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" and "That's What I Like" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; "I'm the One" has a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait for ''36'' regardless.[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Once upon a time, Kidz Bop would not lay their hands on any PG-13 rated song. Nowadays, having a huge pop hit and being passed over by Kidz Bop is seen as the music industry's equivalent of dodging a bullet. Proof of Kidz Bop's increasingly liberal approach to song selection can be seen in its track record of covering ''Hot 100'' number-one singles. For example, out of 18 #1 singles in 2000, only seven ("Smooth", "What A Girl Wants", "Amazed", "Try Again", "Be with You", "Everything You Want", and "Come On Over Baby") appeared on a Kidz Bop album. Flash-forward to 2015, and "Cheerleader" is the ''thirteenth'' consecutive Hot 100 #1 single to have made it onto a Kidz Bop album.[[note]]Let's count: "Timber", "Dark Horse", "Happy" and "All of Me" on ''26'', "Fancy", "Rude", "Shake It Off", and "All About That Bass" on ''27'', "Blank Space" and "Uptown Funk" on ''28'', "See You Again" on ''29'', and "Bad Blood" and "Cheerleader" on ''30''. The streak was finally broken when neither "Can't Feel My Face" nor "The Hills", The Weeknd's #1 hits, appeared on any Kidz Bop album, for the The Weeknd himself is often seen drunk or high, and "The Hills" is highly inappropriate for kids. However, the remaining #1 hits of the year, "What Do You Mean?", "Hello", and "Sorry", the first #1 of 2016, made it onto ''31'' with hardly any issues. "Work" (surprisingly enough), "Love Yourself", and "One Dance" (but not "Pillowtalk" or "Panda") made it onto ''32''. "Can't Stop the Feeling!" and "Cheap Thrills" made it onto ''33''. "Closer" made ''34'', but "Black Beatles" and "Starboy" didn't, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" and "That's What I Like" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" and "Humble" will almost certainly be excluded; "I'm the One" has and "Despacito" have a 50/50 chance, but will probably have to wait for ''36'' regardless.[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
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