Rhapsody KIDS – Streaming Music Playlist That is Safe for Kids

This post featuring Rhapsody KIDS, a streaming music playlist that is safe for kids, is sponsored by Rhapsody. However, all stories and opinions are my own.

If your kids have music in their souls like mine, then you’re going to love this streaming music playlist, Rhapsody KIDS, that is safe for kids, but cool enough for everyone. Let me tell you a little about it and share a special deal that is good through October 30, 2015! Plus, stay tuned until the end of this post for a very special Target GC giveaway!

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My boy has always had music in his soul. He has danced since before he could walk and he loves almost every genre of music available today. While he is currently obsessed with Uptown Funk and Whip and Nae-Nae, he is usually glued to the radio with our favorite pop station or a kids radio station on our XM radio. He loves to dance and loves to find new music on my phone and he’s even recruited his baby cousin into dancing with him every weekend at their Papa’s house. Those two have got the moves and we just love sitting back and watching them dance to the latest favorite song.

Benjamin has become quite proficient with my smart phone, as one would expect, and he can maneuver through an online video app to find music videos in a flash. But sometimes he comes across a video that might be a song that we allow, but the video may not be appropriate. We’ve been looking for, or hoping for, an app or online resource where he can listen to his music without us having to monitor every single video he comes across. I think we have found it with Rhapsody KIDS, a music playlist app, with an option for Children’s channeling.

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Rhapsody KIDS is the first music subscription service to offer a fun, safe, and easy music experience created just for kids. Rhapsody KIDS lets you play the newest and most popular kids music available including hand-picked playlists. Feel safe knowing what your kids are listening to with parent-approved playlists and add your own music whenever you want. Each kid’s favorite tunes are automatically downloaded for easy listening wherever you go, even offline. Kids can play their favorite music in an easy, and colorful interface designed specifically for young children.

Now we can safely hand over the smart phone to Benjamin and know that not only is he able to listen to the music he loves, he is doing so safely and easily with the app. He is able to find some of the great music he loves and discover even more so we’re not listening to the same song over and over.

Check out how it works in this video:

Now that you know a little more about Rhapsody KIDS, aren’t you just dying to try it? You can download an app to your phone (Android, iPhone, Windows) and stream music with your kids (or for yourself) by visiting Rhapsody KIDS online.

Now for the deal:

From now until October 30, 2015, you can stream Rhapsody KIDS for three (3) months for only $1!

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Click the photo to sign up now!

Rhapsody KIDS deal for October 2015

Now for a special giveaway on behalf of Rhapsody KIDS! Enter on the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win a $300 Target GC. Giveaway ends October 30, 2015.

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What music is on your kids’ playlist?

Comments

  1. natasha lamoreux says:

    This is perfect for my kids. They love music but its hard to control what they listen to on the radio.

  2. I learned that I could try it for 3 month for a $1.
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  3. Brittany Pinheiro says:

    I love that parents can listen to songs you select for you kids. They get to listen to top chart hits and They are kid safe.

  4. In the kid-friendly mode, kids can listen to songs you have selected for them.

  5. Wow! This would be fantastic. I love that its pre-selected and safe music. My kids like some of the popular songs we hear on the radio now, and I’m always shocked when we’re listening to pandora and it’s profane! By the time I realize that I need to skip or thumbs down the song…my 3 year old is singing all the “f” words from Thrift Shop.
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  6. Cheryl Abdelnour says:

    I think this is very good. You can be sure your kids are listening to things you approve of. Also I like the special offer.

  7. I think rhapsody makes it really easy to help keep control of what your kids listen to on their mobile and tablet devices. I also learned that if you take advantage of the special offer by October 30th, for the next 3 months you can stream Rhapsody Kids for only $1

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