From the Press:
Zeamu Music CD is geared towards kids ages 4 to 11. I have a six year old and a very soon to be 10 year old whom both enjoy this music CD.
Zeamu Music is a new record label that’s been launched specifically for children aged four to 11 by a collective made up of some of the music industry’s hottest producers, musicians and composers.
Babies and toddlers have age-appropriate lullabies and nursery rhymes but there’s nothing for primary children other than mainstream pop. Whilst they can enjoy the music, the lyrics are expressly written for adults which means youngsters cannot relate to them and miss out on 50% of the experience.
That’s why Natalie Barowitz (music producer and writer) and other pop writers and producers including the likes of Jonathan Pilcher (Lana Del Ray, Athlete) and Grammy-nominated Owen Parker (Girls Aloud, Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds), have got together with child psychologist Barbara Bishop and branding experts Fi and Simon Case to create record label Zeamu Music. Their mission is to create pop music exclusively for primary school children.
Whilst industry professionals have written the music and produced the tracks, Zeamu have used school children to sing all of the songs. Videos have also been created using 13 animated kids called the Zeamus. Each one represents a different music genre.
Another CD is planned for later this year and Zeamu Music is currently researching which topics primary school children would like to have songs written about.
This is a cute CD filled with songs kids can relate to and enjoy. My kids enjoyed dancing to the music on it. They learned some new songs that they enjoyed. It’s overall a good CD for you to get for your kids.
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2 comments on “Zeamu Music For Kids Review”
I am going to have to check this out. I have a four year old that loves to sing and dance but wants her own music and what she has now is very babyish.
She would enjoy DVD then most likely.