High Five: Princess Backpack and Benjamin

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

This week we High Five an album from a most unlikely pop duo – Princess Backpack and Benjamin!

Princess Backpack is a singing, rapping (and sometimes napping) backpack from the kingdom of BACKPACKIA. Her songs are channelled brilliantly by Benjamin - a New York musician who translates Princess Backpack's adventures into folksy, goofy, and fun songs.

Princess Backpack is a wonderful, quirky album to be enjoyed kids and backpacks everywhere so listen out for our High Five feature selections all this week.  

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