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The New Kids is the first compilation album by South Korean boy band iKON, released through YG Entertainment on January 7, 2019. It is a compilation of the 2017 single album New Kids: Begin, the 2018 album Return, the digital single "Rubber Band", and the EPs New Kids: Continue and New Kids: The Final. It features the lead single and only new track, "I'm OK". This is the last iKON album to feature the appearance of member . before his departure in June 2019.
Kidz Bop Karaoke (2004) – First "Kidz Bop Karaoke" Album. Kidz Bop Karaoke (2004) – Second "Kidz Bop Karaoke" Album. Kidz Bop Gold (2004). Kidz Bop Halloween (2004). Following the success of 2017's "Best Time Ever" tour, KIDZ BOP and Live Nation announced the launch of the all-new North American Tour, "KIDZ BOP Live 2018. The tour announcement coincided with the release of Kidz Bop 37. The summer leg kicked off in Toronto on June 1,2018
KIDZ BOP's new album, KIDZ BOP 38, compiles today's biggest pop hits. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
A new Kidz Bop kid, Jacob, can also be seen in the commercial. This is the last album to feature Freddy, Cooper Hounshell, Ahnya, and Shane Davis as Kidz Bop kids. This is the first time since Kidz Bop 31 that the commercial was 1 minute. This is the first album since Kidz Bop 26 To Have Multiple Bonus Tracks
As usual, the new Kidz Bop 27 album features child-friendly covers of contemporary pop hits, like Swift's "Shake It Off" and Trainor's "All About That Bass. Notably, of Kidz Bop 27's first-week units, just over 77,000 were comprised of pure album sales. That's the largest sales week for a Kidz Bop album in two years. The last Kidz Bop set to post a bigger week was Kidz Bop 23, when it entered at No. 2 with 81,000 copies sold (on the chart dated Feb. 2, 2013). Ed Sheeran's x slips 2-4 on the Billboard 200 with 77,000 units, up 2 percent.