Sometimes you just gotta get up and dance and sing! This is definitely the motto of my 5-year-old daughter! She loves to sing and dance! On any given day you can find her with play microphone in hand, putting on performances on top her bed, on top the coffee table, and more. She is such a cutie! We got the opportunity to review award winning children's musician Melissa Green's new album Sing Loud! which was released on July 31st. The album is definitely one of those CDs where you just have to get up and dance to it, making it perfect for my daughter.
Besides featuring two duets that mark the kids' music debut of guest artist Brooke Shields, Sing Loud! is an all around great album for kids as it celebrates the art of having confidence, being who you are, and empowering yourself with the knowledge that you can do anything you truly set your mind to! Focussing on individuality, courage, and pride, Sing Loud! allows kids to rock out to uplifiting messages and anthems. My daughter loved the songs and enjoyed jamming on her stage to all the songs. I even joined with her a few times for "We Got The Beat," a fave of mine!
Melissa Green's previous albums include Sweet Little One (2011), Round and Round (2008), and Here We Go (2006). In 2008 she released a DVD, Clap, Shake and Roll, and a song-turned-book, The Seahorse Song. Her music is featured on Putumayo's Rock & Roll Playground (2010), and she was a John Lennon Songwriting Contest finalist for "The Seahorse Song" from Here We Go.
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A big THANK YOU to Melissa Green for providing me with a free copy of her Sing Loud! CD to review. I was not compensated for this review. I receive product(s) for free so that I can provide my insight and experience. These are my honest opinions. Your experience may vary.