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High Five: Music Makes Me Happy by Mikey Mike and the Hip-Hop Kids

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Does music make you happy? What about hip-hop music? Then get ready to get down to this week’s High Five feature album by Mikey Mike and the Hip-Hop Kids!

Mikey Mike is the solo project from Mick Martin, one half of Albury's kid-hop duo Mouse & Moo – and it’s extra special, because it features the voices of his two kids, Max and Mia!

The album is packed with funky tracks that will get your family jumping (‘Jump To The Beat’), and be sure to listen out for the infectious title track (‘Music Makes Me Happy’) and a fun song about proper library etiquette (‘Talking Too Loud In The Library’).

Who knows, it might inspire you to start a family hip-hop group of your own!

Get a taste of the fun here:

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