You may have 99 problems but getting your baby to sleep needn’t be one

Posted by | July 18, 2013 | arch-MUSIC


Rockabye Baby! takes chart-topping songs and transforms them into lullabies, making children’s music that parents also love. Their latest release, Lullaby Renditions of Jay-Z, is a surreal experience, likely to have all the adults up dancing at your next kids’ party.

To celebrate the weird and wonderful world of children’s music, we have launched a children’s radio channel curated by our global team of Deezer Editors. Instigated by Yasmin, our Editor in Brazil, the idea was for the radio to be enjoyed by children everywhere and for it to even help with language learning.

The curation process brought up a few surprises. “It was interesting to discover that many of the songs from my childhood exist other places in the world – just in a different language and sometimes with a slight twist on the idea.” Yasmin’s favourite discovery was “Que Se Vengan Los Chicos”, sung by the great Argentine singer Mercedes Sosa.

Press play and turn up the nostalgia. And if you have little ones, we hope they enjoy this as much as we do.


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