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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.
11th May '17 11:12:37 AM 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, 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.[[/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 a 50/50 chance.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.
10th May '17 11:48:09 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, 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.[[/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.excluded; "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.
2nd May '17 4:13:10 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Kidz Bop does this to songs that originally have profanity or anything relating to substance abuse, alcohol, violence or sex in their lyrics in order to make them more kid-friendly. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids This makes their song choices interesting, to say the least.]] Even lyrics of more innocent forms of love are edited in more than a few situations.
** The rules are inconsistent. In "Jealous" from ''28'', "protective or possessive" was changed to "possessive or obsessive", but "call me obsessed" was changed to "call me a mess". On ''24'', "Can't Hold Us" changes "fight 'till it's over" to "dance 'till it's over", even though the reference is metaphorical, but on ''25'', "Brave"'s reference to a weapon which was ''not'' metaphorical was kept in, along with "Bad Blood" and "Fight Song"'s titles and some of the references, like "Did you have to hurt me?" and "The wrecking balls inside my brain", both from ''30''. All of the GettingCrapPastTheRadar examples count as well.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Kidz Bop does this to songs that originally have profanity or anything relating to substance abuse, alcohol, violence or sex in their lyrics in order to make them more kid-friendly. [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids This makes their song choices interesting, to say the least.]] Even lyrics of more innocent forms of love are edited in more than a few situations.
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situations. The rules are inconsistent. In "Jealous" from ''28'', "protective or possessive" was changed to "possessive or obsessive", but "call me obsessed" was changed to "call me a mess". On ''24'', "Can't Hold Us" changes "fight 'till it's over" to "dance 'till it's over", even though the reference is metaphorical, but on ''25'', "Brave"'s reference to a weapon which was ''not'' metaphorical was kept in, along with "Bad Blood" and "Fight Song"'s titles and some of the references, like "Did you have to hurt me?" and "The wrecking balls inside my brain", both from ''30''. All of the GettingCrapPastTheRadar examples count as well.
1st May '17 7:57:52 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, and are highly unlikely to make it at this point. "Shape of You" will most likely make ''35'', but "Bad and Boujee" will almost certainly be excluded.[[/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.[[/note]] This is inverted with "Locked Away", which is inexplicably absent from the series despite being a perfectly clean and massive hit.
21st Apr '17 4:15:04 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* AgeInappropriateArt: A list of songs that have been featured within that make you go "What the ''hell'' were they thinking, putting ''that'' in there?!":
** Music/{{Evanescence}}'s "Bring Me To Life", a song about suffering from depression.
** Trapt's "Headstrong", which is about stubborn determination.
** Music/BritneySpears' "Toxic". At best, it's a song about substance abuse. At worst, it's a song that uses substance abuse as a metaphor for sex. Not a single lyric was changed(!!!).
** Music/SimplePlan's "Welcome to My Life", a song about the most angst-ridden teen alive.
** Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends". The former is about feeling disillusioned with life; the latter is about Billie Joe Armstrong's deceased father. [[UnfortunateImplications Oops…]]
** Music/FranzFerdinand's "Take Me Out" is generally thought of as being about a sniper about to shoot his target. While "Take Me Out" could mean "take me out on a date" in theory, the rest of the lyrics ("I'm just a crosshair / I'm just a shot then we can die") are clearly about an assassination.
** Pete Wentz of Music/FallOutBoy actually caught on this, preventing "Dance, Dance" from being covered on ''Kidz Bop 10'' due to its sexual undertones.
** Hinder's "Lips Of An Angel", which is about having an affair, and it's sung from the viewpoint of [[YourCheatingHeart the cheater]] and as a love ballad.
** Music/{{Pink}}'s "Who Knew", "So What" and "Perfect", which feature strong language and deal with subjects such as alcoholism and death.
** Music/{{Kesha}}'s "Tik Tok". Another song about hardcore partying with heavy references to drinking and sex.
** La Roux's "Bulletproof", which even in the title mentions bullets.
** Music/{{Usher}}'s "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love", which is about hardcore partying, excessive alcoholism and IntercourseWithYou.
** Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", "Wild Ones", "I Cry", "GDFR" and "My House", which are about sex, alcohol, hardcore partying and (in the case of "I Cry") death.
** Neon Trees' "Animal" doesn't TECHNICALLY have bad language in it, but it's still [[LyricalDissonance a peppy song]] about drugs, unrequited love, [[MindScrew and (metaphorical?) cannibalism.]] Plus, the song builds to the screamed-out line ''[[IntercourseWithYou "And I won't be denied by you, the animal inside of you"]]'' and has the constant refrain of "No, I won't sleep tonight", which can easily be interpreted sexually.
** Music/MyChemicalRomance's "Sing" was a Target-exclusive song on ''20''. Kids love being the voice to show all the injustice in the world, right?
** Music/{{LMFAO}}'s "Party Rock Anthem". A song about drinking, sex and [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy hardcore partying]] isn't really Kidz fare.
** Music/{{Maroon 5}}'s "Moves Like Jagger", which uses dancing as an euphemism for sex.
** "How To Love" by Music/LilWayne is a Target-exclusive track on ''21''. Unless you count "Let It Rock", it's the first and probably last time they'll touch a Lil Wayne song.
** Music/NickiMinaj's "Starships". A song about wasting your rent money in exchange for materialistic desires like alcohol and sex.
** Music/BrunoMars' "Locked Out Of Heaven" on ''23'' and Music/JustinTimberlake's "Suit & Tie" on ''24'', which are obviously about sex.
** Music/LanaDelRey's "Summertime Sadness" made ''25''. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, dirges about suicide are for kids indeed]].
** Music/EdSheeran's "Sing" made ''26''. It may be due to Sheeran's status as a TeenIdol towards girls, [[SarcasmMode but doesn't it scream "kid-friendly" like a song about consuming copious amounts of alcohol and tobacco?]]
** Bastille's "Pompeii": Hey kids, here's a song about a historical disaster that killed more than 10,000 people!
** Music/IggyAzalea's "Fancy". The alcoholism in the song makes "Sing" look tame in comparison.
** Music/MeghanTrainor's "All About That Bass" on ''27'', which is obviously a song about asses.
** MAGIC!'s "Rude", which is about marriage.
** Music/SamSmith's "I'm Not the Only One" is on ''28''. Hey kids, here's a song about sadness and infidelity, [[SarcasmMode your two favorite things!]]
** Also on ''28'' is Music/ArianaGrande's "Love Me Harder", which is about [[IntercourseWithYou exactly what one would think it's about]].
** From ''29'', Music/EllieGoulding's "Love Me Like You Do". Because a song that cannot reasonably be interpreted nonsexually is obviously for kids. You would think that its association with ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' would prevent its inclusion, but it didn't (at least "[[Music/TheWeeknd Earned It]]" got spared).
** Jason Derulo's "Want to Want Me": Yet another in a long list of obvious IntercourseWithYou songs covered by Kidz Bop.
** Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/KanyeWest, and Music/PaulMcCartney's "[=FourFiveSeconds=]": A song about relationship indignation that deals with subjects such as drinking and imprisonment.
** Andy Grammer's "Honey, I'm Good.": Because a song about trying not to cheat on your significant other when you're drunk is just what kids needed.
** Music/DavidGuetta's "Hey Mama" and Music/FifthHarmony's "Worth It" are on ''30'', adding to Kidz Bop's long list of sexually charged covers (and The Weeknd ''really'' dodged a bullet this time around, with "Can't Feel My Face" becoming the first #1 to not be covered since "The Monster").
** Music/{{Drake}}'s "Hotline Bling" is on ''31''. It's a song about a booty call. You do the math.
** Elle King's "Ex's And Oh's" from ''31'', a song about a woman's exes coming back to her for orgasmic sex.
** DNCE's "Cake By The Ocean" is on ''32'' despite its strong sexual content. Just because Joe Jonas sings it doesn't mean it's for kids.
** "No" by Meghan Trainor is also featured. Because a song about strangers hitting on you is obviously kid-friendly.
** Kent Jones' "Don't Mind" is on ''33''. Because there's nothing children love more than screwing foreign chicks.
** Also on ''33'' is Music/GEazy and Music/BebeRexha's "Me, Myself & I" despite its strong language and materialistic content.
** Music/TheChainsmokers' "Closer" will be on ''34''. Because what's more kid-friendly than AutoErotica?!
** Also featured on ''34'' is Hailee Steinfeld's "Starving" despite its suggestive meaning.

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* AgeInappropriateArt: A list of songs that have been featured within that make you go "What the ''hell'' were they thinking, putting ''that'' in there?!":
** Music/{{Evanescence}}'s "Bring Me To Life", a song about suffering from depression.
** Trapt's "Headstrong", which is about stubborn determination.
** Music/BritneySpears' "Toxic". At best, it's a song about substance abuse. At worst, it's a song that uses substance abuse as a metaphor for sex. Not a single lyric was changed(!!!).
** Music/SimplePlan's "Welcome to My Life", a song about the most angst-ridden teen alive.
** Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends". The former is about feeling disillusioned with life; the latter is about Billie Joe Armstrong's deceased father. [[UnfortunateImplications Oops…]]
** Music/FranzFerdinand's "Take Me Out" is generally thought of as being about a sniper about to shoot his target. While "Take Me Out" could mean "take me out on a date" in theory, the rest of the lyrics ("I'm just a crosshair / I'm just a shot then we can die") are clearly about an assassination.
** Pete Wentz of Music/FallOutBoy actually caught on this, preventing "Dance, Dance" from being covered on ''Kidz Bop 10'' due to
Has [[AgeInappropriateArt/KidzBop its sexual undertones.
** Hinder's "Lips Of An Angel", which is about having an affair, and it's sung from the viewpoint of [[YourCheatingHeart the cheater]] and as a love ballad.
** Music/{{Pink}}'s "Who Knew", "So What" and "Perfect", which feature strong language and deal with subjects such as alcoholism and death.
** Music/{{Kesha}}'s "Tik Tok". Another song about hardcore partying with heavy references to drinking and sex.
** La Roux's "Bulletproof", which even in the title mentions bullets.
** Music/{{Usher}}'s "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love", which is about hardcore partying, excessive alcoholism and IntercourseWithYou.
** Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", "Wild Ones", "I Cry", "GDFR" and "My House", which are about sex, alcohol, hardcore partying and (in the case of "I Cry") death.
** Neon Trees' "Animal" doesn't TECHNICALLY have bad language in it, but it's still [[LyricalDissonance a peppy song]] about drugs, unrequited love, [[MindScrew and (metaphorical?) cannibalism.]] Plus, the song builds to the screamed-out line ''[[IntercourseWithYou "And I won't be denied by you, the animal inside of you"]]'' and has the constant refrain of "No, I won't sleep tonight", which can easily be interpreted sexually.
** Music/MyChemicalRomance's "Sing" was a Target-exclusive song on ''20''. Kids love being the voice to show all the injustice in the world, right?
** Music/{{LMFAO}}'s "Party Rock Anthem". A song about drinking, sex and [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy hardcore partying]] isn't really Kidz fare.
** Music/{{Maroon 5}}'s "Moves Like Jagger", which uses dancing as an euphemism for sex.
** "How To Love" by Music/LilWayne is a Target-exclusive track on ''21''. Unless you count "Let It Rock", it's the first and probably last time they'll touch a Lil Wayne song.
** Music/NickiMinaj's "Starships". A song about wasting your rent money in exchange for materialistic desires like alcohol and sex.
** Music/BrunoMars' "Locked Out Of Heaven" on ''23'' and Music/JustinTimberlake's "Suit & Tie" on ''24'', which are obviously about sex.
** Music/LanaDelRey's "Summertime Sadness" made ''25''. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, dirges about suicide are for kids indeed]].
** Music/EdSheeran's "Sing" made ''26''. It may be due to Sheeran's status as a TeenIdol towards girls, [[SarcasmMode but doesn't it scream "kid-friendly" like a song about consuming copious amounts of alcohol and tobacco?]]
** Bastille's "Pompeii": Hey kids, here's a song about a historical disaster that killed more than 10,000 people!
** Music/IggyAzalea's "Fancy". The alcoholism in the song makes "Sing" look tame in comparison.
** Music/MeghanTrainor's "All About That Bass" on ''27'', which is obviously a song about asses.
** MAGIC!'s "Rude", which is about marriage.
** Music/SamSmith's "I'm Not the Only One" is on ''28''. Hey kids, here's a song about sadness and infidelity, [[SarcasmMode your two favorite things!]]
** Also on ''28'' is Music/ArianaGrande's "Love Me Harder", which is about [[IntercourseWithYou exactly what one would think it's about]].
** From ''29'', Music/EllieGoulding's "Love Me Like You Do". Because a song that cannot reasonably be interpreted nonsexually is obviously for kids. You would think that its association with ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' would prevent its inclusion, but it didn't (at least "[[Music/TheWeeknd Earned It]]" got spared).
** Jason Derulo's "Want to Want Me": Yet another in a long list of obvious IntercourseWithYou songs covered by Kidz Bop.
** Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/KanyeWest, and Music/PaulMcCartney's "[=FourFiveSeconds=]": A song about relationship indignation that deals with subjects such as drinking and imprisonment.
** Andy Grammer's "Honey, I'm Good.": Because a song about trying not to cheat on your significant other when you're drunk is just what kids needed.
** Music/DavidGuetta's "Hey Mama" and Music/FifthHarmony's "Worth It" are on ''30'', adding to Kidz Bop's long list of sexually charged covers (and The Weeknd ''really'' dodged a bullet this time around, with "Can't Feel My Face" becoming the first #1 to not be covered since "The Monster").
** Music/{{Drake}}'s "Hotline Bling" is on ''31''. It's a song about a booty call. You do the math.
** Elle King's "Ex's And Oh's" from ''31'', a song about a woman's exes coming back to her for orgasmic sex.
** DNCE's "Cake By The Ocean" is on ''32'' despite its strong sexual content. Just because Joe Jonas sings it doesn't mean it's for kids.
** "No" by Meghan Trainor is also featured. Because a song about strangers hitting on you is obviously kid-friendly.
** Kent Jones' "Don't Mind" is on ''33''. Because there's nothing children love more than screwing foreign chicks.
** Also on ''33'' is Music/GEazy and Music/BebeRexha's "Me, Myself & I" despite its strong language and materialistic content.
** Music/TheChainsmokers' "Closer" will be on ''34''. Because what's more kid-friendly than AutoErotica?!
** Also featured on ''34'' is Hailee Steinfeld's "Starving" despite its suggestive meaning.
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20th Apr '17 7:14:59 PM LaptopGuy
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* AgeInappropriateArt: A list of songs that have been featured within that make you go "What the ''hell'' were they thinking, putting ''that'' in there?!":
** Music/{{Evanescence}}'s "Bring Me To Life", a song about suffering from depression.
** Trapt's "Headstrong", which is about stubborn determination.
** Music/BritneySpears' "Toxic". At best, it's a song about substance abuse. At worst, it's a song that uses substance abuse as a metaphor for sex. Not a single lyric was changed(!!!).
** Music/SimplePlan's "Welcome to My Life", a song about the most angst-ridden teen alive.
** Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends". The former is about feeling disillusioned with life; the latter is about Billie Joe Armstrong's deceased father. [[UnfortunateImplications Oops…]]
** Music/FranzFerdinand's "Take Me Out" is generally thought of as being about a sniper about to shoot his target. While "Take Me Out" could mean "take me out on a date" in theory, the rest of the lyrics ("I'm just a crosshair / I'm just a shot then we can die") are clearly about an assassination.
** Pete Wentz of Music/FallOutBoy actually caught on this, preventing "Dance, Dance" from being covered on ''Kidz Bop 10'' due to its sexual undertones.
** Hinder's "Lips Of An Angel", which is about having an affair, and it's sung from the viewpoint of [[YourCheatingHeart the cheater]] and as a love ballad.
** Music/{{Pink}}'s "Who Knew", "So What" and "Perfect", which feature strong language and deal with subjects such as alcoholism and death.
** Music/{{Kesha}}'s "Tik Tok". Another song about hardcore partying with heavy references to drinking and sex.
** La Roux's "Bulletproof", which even in the title mentions bullets.
** Music/{{Usher}}'s "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love", which is about hardcore partying, excessive alcoholism and IntercourseWithYou.
** Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", "Wild Ones", "I Cry", "GDFR" and "My House", which are about sex, alcohol, hardcore partying and (in the case of "I Cry") death.
** Neon Trees' "Animal" doesn't TECHNICALLY have bad language in it, but it's still [[LyricalDissonance a peppy song]] about drugs, unrequited love, [[MindScrew and (metaphorical?) cannibalism.]] Plus, the song builds to the screamed-out line ''[[IntercourseWithYou "And I won't be denied by you, the animal inside of you"]]'' and has the constant refrain of "No, I won't sleep tonight", which can easily be interpreted sexually.
** Music/MyChemicalRomance's "Sing" was a Target-exclusive song on ''20''. Kids love being the voice to show all the injustice in the world, right?
** Music/{{LMFAO}}'s "Party Rock Anthem". A song about drinking, sex and [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy hardcore partying]] isn't really Kidz fare.
** Music/{{Maroon 5}}'s "Moves Like Jagger", which uses dancing as an euphemism for sex.
** "How To Love" by Music/LilWayne is a Target-exclusive track on ''21''. Unless you count "Let It Rock", it's the first and probably last time they'll touch a Lil Wayne song.
** Music/NickiMinaj's "Starships". A song about wasting your rent money in exchange for materialistic desires like alcohol and sex.
** Music/BrunoMars' "Locked Out Of Heaven" on ''23'' and Music/JustinTimberlake's "Suit & Tie" on ''24'', which are obviously about sex.
** Music/LanaDelRey's "Summertime Sadness" made ''25''. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, dirges about suicide are for kids indeed]].
** Music/EdSheeran's "Sing" made ''26''. It may be due to Sheeran's status as a TeenIdol towards girls, [[SarcasmMode but doesn't it scream "kid-friendly" like a song about consuming copious amounts of alcohol and tobacco?]]
** Bastille's "Pompeii": Hey kids, here's a song about a historical disaster that killed more than 10,000 people!
** Music/IggyAzalea's "Fancy". The alcoholism in the song makes "Sing" look tame in comparison.
** Music/MeghanTrainor's "All About That Bass" on ''27'', which is obviously a song about asses.
** MAGIC!'s "Rude", which is about marriage.
** Music/SamSmith's "I'm Not the Only One" is on ''28''. Hey kids, here's a song about sadness and infidelity, [[SarcasmMode your two favorite things!]]
** Also on ''28'' is Music/ArianaGrande's "Love Me Harder", which is about [[IntercourseWithYou exactly what one would think it's about]].
** From ''29'', Music/EllieGoulding's "Love Me Like You Do". Because a song that cannot reasonably be interpreted nonsexually is obviously for kids. You would think that its association with ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' would prevent its inclusion, but it didn't (at least "[[Music/TheWeeknd Earned It]]" got spared).
** Jason Derulo's "Want to Want Me": Yet another in a long list of obvious IntercourseWithYou songs covered by Kidz Bop.
** Music/{{Rihanna}}, Music/KanyeWest, and Music/PaulMcCartney's "[=FourFiveSeconds=]": A song about relationship indignation that deals with subjects such as drinking and imprisonment.
** Andy Grammer's "Honey, I'm Good.": Because a song about trying not to cheat on your significant other when you're drunk is just what kids needed.
** Music/DavidGuetta's "Hey Mama" and Music/FifthHarmony's "Worth It" are on ''30'', adding to Kidz Bop's long list of sexually charged covers (and The Weeknd ''really'' dodged a bullet this time around, with "Can't Feel My Face" becoming the first #1 to not be covered since "The Monster").
** Music/{{Drake}}'s "Hotline Bling" is on ''31''. It's a song about a booty call. You do the math.
** Elle King's "Ex's And Oh's" from ''31'', a song about a woman's exes coming back to her for orgasmic sex.
** DNCE's "Cake By The Ocean" is on ''32'' despite its strong sexual content. Just because Joe Jonas sings it doesn't mean it's for kids.
** "No" by Meghan Trainor is also featured. Because a song about strangers hitting on you is obviously kid-friendly.
** Kent Jones' "Don't Mind" is on ''33''. Because there's nothing children love more than screwing foreign chicks.
** Also on ''33'' is Music/GEazy and Music/BebeRexha's "Me, Myself & I" despite its strong language and materialistic content.
** Music/TheChainsmokers' "Closer" will be on ''34''. Because what's more kid-friendly than AutoErotica?!
** Also featured on ''34'' is Hailee Steinfeld's "Starving" despite its suggestive meaning.
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