You can’t easily fool kids (unless we’re talking about Santa Claus, but let’s not go there right now). What I mean is, they can tell the difference between cereal that tastes good and cereal that’s good for them. The same principle goes for music – if you feed your kids a constant stream of basic super-positive, super-motivational songs, they’re going to reject them sooner or later. To address that dilemma, you need a solution that delivers upbeat themes without tasting like medicine. May I present Divinity Roxx, your contemporary antidote to generic, genial children’s music.
Divinity spent five years touring and performing with Beyoncé and has produced three albums of music for adults. Her first collection for kids, Ready Set Go! dropped this month. No stranger to catchy bass lines, Divinity has a strong affinity for the kind of things that kids enjoy, such as “Saturday,” which she emphatically declares is “the best day of the week,” assisted by actress/signer Yani Marin. The Alphabet Rockers guest on “Just When You Think,” reminding listeners that they’re stronger when they “conquer the monster, and don’t quit.”
The world can be challenging and it’s the job of responsible parents to ensure that kids blossom into happy, mentally healthy adults. Divinity Roxx gives your home a friendly dose of beat-driven power pop rock with Ready Set Go!
Here is the video for Divinity Roxx’s song, “Ready Set Go”: