What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the six songs on the Rachel Crow EP include several different messages -- all of them positive. Beyond a couple lines about kissing and dancing with a romantic partner, the collection lacks any adult content or language, making it a great pick for younger and older kids alike.
What's the story?
On her self-titled debut EP, former X Factor contestant Rachel Crow (who placed fifth in the show's first season) belts out six songs about topics that are close to the hearts of many tweens and teens, such as bullying, being yourself in the face of peer pressure, lending a shoulder for a friend to cry on, and more. This clean, tween-friendly album is only one of the projects Crow currently has in the mix: she also recently signed a deal with Nickelodeon for her own show.
Is it any good?
Families can talk about...
Is it fair that shows like this can catapult young stars such as Rachel Crow to the top without going through the traditional process of "making it?" Why or why not?