Radio Disney Jams 15th B-Day Edition
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this album mostly contains songs your tweens are already listening to, so that means you've probably heard them all, too. It's a compilation of top-10 hits from Radio Disney's 15 years from artists like Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, and Willow Smith, so most of the songs are popular today and all are squeaky-clean and appropriate for tweens.
What's the story?
To commemorate Radio Disney's 15 years and its status as the #1 radio network especially for kids, fans can enjoy RADIO DISNEY JAMS, 15TH BDAY EDITION. Although some of the artists featured on the 15 tracks are barely older than the network itself, there are hit songs from Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Jesse McCartney, Hillary Duff, Willow Smith, Hot Chelle Rae, Lemonade Mouth, Greyson Chance, and Allstar Weekend, to name several.
Is it any good?
In case you haven't heard most of these songs enough already, now your tweens can have their favorite Radio Disney songs from the past and present all on one album. From Bieber's "Baby" to "Watch Me" by Shake It Up's Bella Thorne and Zendaya, your kids and tweens will love this mix even if some of the younger ones don't know who Hillary Duff is. Britney Spears has graciously been included for her uber-hit from 1999, "Baby One More Time." Remember that one? Summertime hit "Tonight, Tonight" by Hot Chelle Rae makes you wanna dance on your rooftop, and Jesse McCartney's "Beautiful Soul" is still a really, really lovely song (even if it was years ago, and Justin Bieber was still in grammar school).
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about the popularity of the Radio Disney network, and the way the widespread availability of it through satellite radio has increased its success. What do you think about satellite radio? Has it changed the music stations that you listen to? What makes it better or worse than local networks?
There are many artists on this compilation. How do you think they were chosen? Are there any musicians or bands you think should have been included but weren't? Or musicians who should not have been featured? Why?