imbee Introduces Profanity-Free Unlimited Music Streaming Service for Kids

Coming from and older generation, I know nothing of the popular music for kids. But, imbeeRadio lets users create their own station according to their personal music tastes. They can then share that station with their friends, listen to that station on multiple devices and stream an unlimited number of songs.

The first-of-its-kind, on demand, profanity-free music streaming service for kids 8-14 is now available at kid’s social network imbee. Kids can create stations, search a huge library of over 8 million songs and share their finds with friends.

Kids can also listen to artists such as Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Lady Antebellum, Nicki Minaj and many, many more. Coming from and older generation, I know nothing of the popular music for kids. But, imbeeRadio lets users create their own station according to their personal music tastes. They can then share that station with their friends, listen to that station on multiple devices and stream an unlimited number of songs.

With genres from Hip Hop and Country to Alternative and the latest soundtracks from movies and hit shows, the radio platform allows kids to listen to the music they want and when they want it. Artists such as Mindless Behavior, Shane Harper, Ashley Argota and Bridget Mendler have all lent their voices to the kid’s radio cause. Users will be able to catch their shout outs and listen to their tracks.

The kid’s online radio platform is free for the first 30 days. So, once your kids are hooked, you’ll have to pay $4.99 a month. The platform has an incentive program where you invite your friends and get even more free stuff.

The selling point about imbee is it all about the personal experience. Kids control their own music and share their personal tastes with their friends. Plus, it is safe place for kids to socialize and share their love of music.

Last year, when I first heard about the online radio platform, I was a little skeptical. I questioned whether kids would actually use imbeeRadio. But now that it’s up and running, the platform looks promising. I would like to know how many users they have by September, after school starts.