PRESS FOR LULLABY RENDITIONS OF JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE

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Put on your best suit and tie and get ready to rock your babies…  Lullabye Renditions of Justin Timberlake is here!  The newest addition is already charting #7 on Billboard’s kid albums in its first week of release.  As one of our favorite renaissance men, he has had all four solo albums certified platinum, ten Grammy Awards, four Emmy Awards, three Brit Awards, seven Billboard Music Awards, and Time named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2007 and 2013.  If anyone deserves our Rockabye Rockstar treatment, it’s J.T.  You can check out the album here, or stream it on Spotify.  There’s a lot of folks out there saying this is not a bad thing; in fact, they’re saying it’s pretty darn good…

 

Huffington Post

“Justin Timberlake has captured millennial hearts around the world. Now as those fans are growing up and having babies, they can pass their JT love down to their kids from the beginning.”

 

Romper

“Now that there are new lullaby versions of Timberlake's songs, you millennial parents can share your love of JT with your baby. Draw them in, play it as they sleep. So that they, too, can grow up in a world where Justin Timberlake will sing them to sleep.”

 

Good Housekeeping

“We have Rockabye Baby, the award-winning kids' music company that transforms favorites from all genres into eye-droop-inducing songs, to thank for Timberlake's lullaby makeover... It's a genius idea — not to mention, it bails out adults when they're asked to sing "Twinkle, Twinkle" again. And then again.”

 

Scary Mommy

“Timberlake, the 36-year-old Swiss army knife of entertainment, became a father back in 2015 to baby Silas with his gorgeous wife Jessica Biel. And it seems fatherhood has had an impact. Rockabye Baby, the company that produces baby-friendly versions of popular songs from folks like the Beatles to The Doors and even Beyoncé, just announced its next album – and it’s all JT baby.”

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