One Upon A Rhyme Review



On “Once Upon A Rhyme: Lullaby Renditions Of Hip-Hop Classics”, Jammy Jams explores the melodies of old school hip-hop songs and brings them to life with calming renditions for parents to enjoy along with their babies. The parent can take a stroll down memory lane while creating brand new memories for baby. This album soothes the inner and outer soul. You will be amazed as you listen to soothing lullabies featuring the melodies of acclaimed old school hip-hop songs such as Run-D.M.C.’s “Rock Box” and Coolio’s “Gangstas’s Paradise”. The soothing sounds are what Jammy Jams is all about. Experience these popular tunes in a whole new way with baby today.

Review:

This was so much better than I thought it would be, I have heard lullaby renditions of songs I loved before and they were passably recognizable but not great.  Once Upon A Rhyme is really good, I uploaded it on my phone so that I would have it on the go as a break from the regular stuff I listen too.


Cat and Ace both thought it was excellent as well.  At first Cat was more interested in knowing where she could get a teddy bear that looks like that then anything else but she got into the music pretty fast as she is a Hip-Hop kind of girl.  Ace is actually pretty hard to please with music as he hates 90% of it, apparently though he loves lullabies.  Who knew?


The kids couldn't pick a favourite track from the album but mine was Hey Ya because I of that generation and it is one of my favourite songs. (let's just keep that between you and me)

Once Upon A Rhyme can be found here.

I received a copy of this album in exchange for an honest review.

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