April 21, 2013

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The new Shake it up soundtrack

The stars of Disney Channel’s hit television series Shake It Up,” Bella Thorne and Zendaya (currently seen on ABC’s "Dancing with the Stars" and is one of the youngest contestants to compete), kick off the all-new Shake It Up: I <  3 Dance soundtrack. The collection of 12 dance tracks is featured on the third season of the hit show.  

This new soundtrack features songs by Bella and Zendaya as well as fellow Disney stars Selena Gomez, Bridgit Mendler, Roshon Fegan andCaroline Sunshine, in addition to up-and-coming stars Coco Jones, McClain Sisters and more.  The soundtrack is currently available for $9.99 on both iTunes and Amazon.com.

"Shake It Up" is the #1 live-action TV series in its time period among Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11. The show chronicles the adventures of best friends CeCe (Bella Thorne) and Rocky (Zendaya), whose dreams of becoming professional dancers are realized when they land roles as background dancers on the most popular teen dance show, "Shake It Up, Chicago!"

As a mom, it is hard to find find fun and decent music for my kids to listen too.  They love Disney's Shake it Up, so my daughter was super excited to listen to this new CD!   It is a great CD for kids and teens, let alone for us moms to jam to while the kids are in the car!  It has a great election of songs to dance to,  Pop, Dance, Rock and a lot more.  Your kids will love this CD and you will love that they have appropriate dance music!

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