Remember "Kidz Bop," a brand of cover albums that features kids singing wholesome versions of hit songs? Well, Jimmy Kimmel and a few of his friends just changed the whole music game by bringing back "Kidz Bop" and turning some of the most inappropriate songs into child-friendly versions.
Jimmy started off by explaining that he's always looking for ways to connect with his two-year-old daughter...
...because listening to the same damn kids songs can get repetitive and exhausting.
So he brought in the pioneer of spicing things up, Ice Cube.
That way, the songs that aren’t usually considered kid-friendly would be.
The first song was Ice Cube's "It Was a Good Day." The edited version was praising snow days, because we all know those can be a blessing.
Turns out Lil Jon was down to change up some lyrics too.
So they sanitized his hit “Get Low” to make their own version about how to play tetherball during recess.
Ty Dolla $ign joined the track list by re-creating his hit "Paranoid."
Which became a song about how there are too many damn bubbles in the tub when kids take bubble baths.
And how could Jimmy do something like this and not include A$AP Rocky?
With the latest version of his hit "Fucking Problems" becoming a song about having way too many toy trucks.
They also included Big Sean's "I Don't Fuck With You..."
...about the struggle of not being able to tie your shoes! 😂
Oh, and they couldn't forget N.W.A’s “Fuck Tha Police.” The 2016 Kidz Bop version:
The kid-friendly album solidified a point Ice Cube has been trying to make for a while:
Make sure you all cop the hip-hop verison of Kidz Bop, 'cause it's lit. 🔥