The Kidz Bop Kids are an American pop group and dance ensemble, founded in New York in 2001. The current members are: Grant, Bredia, Matt, Ashlynn, and Jayna.
Former members include: Steffan Argus, Charisma Kain, Eva Agathis, Elijah Johnson, Kiana Brown, Hanna Yorke, Becca King, Dana Vaughns, Harrison Moulton, Zendaya, Ross Lynch, Keke Palmer, Noah Munck, Olivia Holt, Riker Lynch, Kyra Green, Valerie Gaitan, Deanna Adams, Lexi Voland, Falyn Grainger, Mallory Gilko, Kaleb Gilko, Wendell Hullet, Ryan McGuirk, Becky Gomez, Bryce Ritter, Stacia Largo, Lily Cole, Lydia May and Beth Hullet.
There are currently 26 full-length Kidz Bop albums as of July 2014 and also an additional 24 Compilation Albums as well.
The company behind Kidz Bop was founded by Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam in 2001 under Razor & Tie Entertainment (distributed through Sony Music Entertainment). The albums are composed of "kid-friendly" versions of the latest songs on Top 40 radio and are sung by young children.
Since its launch in 2001, the popular music series has sold more than 13 million albums and has earned one PLATINUM and nine GOLD certifications!
The Kidz Bop Kids were Billboard's No. 1 Kids' Album Artist of 2010 and 2011.
Kidz Bop 23 debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart for the week ending January 19, 2013.
In addition to music, the brand also has a social networking and content sharing website at www.KidzBop.com.