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After tackling the music of beloved pop divas Taylor Swift
and Rihanna, Rockabye Baby! - the award-winning children's music series - knew what it had to do next, and April 29th will see the release of Lullaby Renditions of Adele. Hits from this soulful chanteuse like "Hello," "Rolling in the Deep," and "Chasing Pavements
" have all been reworked for your restless newborn.
Listen to "Rolling In The Deep
" here: https://bit.ly/1U2x0F3
Do you have a newborn rolling in their sleep? This soothing collection of Adele's greatest hits is sure to make your daydreamer into a sound sleeper, and what better way to introduce your one and only to the stirring music of this pop hit-maker?
Making rock music baby-friendly and kids music adult-friendly, Rockabye Baby has given its lullaby treatment to the work of more than 70+ artists including U2, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Maroon 5
and Taylor Swift. The series has sold over 1.6 million albums, has been praised by outlets including People, Spin and NME, and counts among its avowed fans Elton John, Victoria
Beckham and Ellen
DeGeneres who says the series "puts [kids] to sleep with cool music that you'll want to hear as well."
All Rockabye Baby releases are available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and the Rockabye Baby site. To hear samples of lullabied music from The Beatles, Kanye West, Madonna, Guns N' Roses
Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Adele
2. Someone Like You
3. Rolling in the Deep
4. Set Fire to the Rain
5. Rumour Has It
6. Hometown Glory
8. Million Years Ago
9. Turning Tables
10. Chasing Pavements
11. Make You Feel My Love
12. When We Were Young
About Rockabye Baby!
Lisa Roth (sister of David
Lee) launched "Rockabye Baby!" in 2006, and since then the series has released 74 albums and sold more than 1.5 million physical units. The secret to her success is that the albums are as much for adults as they are for the kids. "We're very popular with dads," Lisa told the New York Post, "I got the idea when I was shopping for a baby shower and realized there was no gift that appealed to the parents' tastes."