Who owns Kidz Bop?

KIDZ Bop is a kids' music group whose songs have charted high on the Billboard Hot 100.

The band is the brainchild of Razor & Tie co-founders Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam and was created on October 9, 2001.

Who are Kidz Bop?

Kidz Bop consists of child performers.

They include Sadie, Tafari, Chanel, and Toby and have in the past been Ashlyn Chong, Freddy Pomee and Matt Martinez.

Others include Grant Knoche, Bredia Santoro and Kyra Green.

According to the band's website, it's had 24 Top 10 debuts on the Billboard 200 Chart and records in five different languages.

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In 2009 Zendaya appeared in a Kidz Bop music video covering Katy Perry's hit Hot n Cold.

Since launching Kidz Bop has expanded internationally with groups in the UK, Germany, Mexico and France.

Who owns Kidz Bop?

The group was established by Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam and is owned by Razor & Tie (Concord Music), according to HITC.

It's first entry was on October 9, 2001, and it has since sold over 21 million albums and generated over 4.5billion streams, according to AP.

Kidz Bop also sells merchandise, music videos, has a live touring division, and has talent search competitions.

Sasha Junk was previously appointed President of the pop group and Sasha is said to report directly to Concord Chief Label Executive Tom Whalley.

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Why is Kidz Bop trending?

Kidz Bop started trending after a hilarious but false internet search claimed YouTuber Elise Ecklund owned them.

Ecklund uploaded a video of herself searching for "who owns kidz bop" which falsely showed she owned it.

That search result has since been removed.

She shared the amusing clip on Twitter, writing: "Apparently I own a multi million dollar company."

Who is Elise Ecklund?

Ecklund iS a YouTube star who creates and shares music-related content on her channel.

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She started her channel in 2015 and has 2.18million subscribers.

Ecklund shares new videos on a weekly basis and currently holds the record for the shortest song, I Suffer More, which she released in 2019, according to HITC.

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