Bringing bedtime back: There’s a Justin Timberlake lullaby album and we want in

Justin Timberlake and his son Silas

Singer and dad-of-one Justin Timberlake is the focus of an album of children’s lullabies and we suddenly feel like a bit of a snuggle.

Lullaby renditions of Justin Timberlake

(Don’t) cry me a river

Available for preorder now, the instrumental Lullaby Renditions of Justin Timberlake is the kind of xylophone meets elevator music combination your baby didn’t know they needed!

We’re not afraid to say we’ve been listening to the babyfied JT in the office all morning and it’s not only bringing us a lot of cheer, it’s making us wonder why the slide-whistle and “boing” sound effect is not used in the original versions of these tracks.

JT has obviously been holding out on us.

“Does baby cry you a river when it’s time for bed? We’re bringing sleepy back with our tranquil, lullaby versions of Justin Timberlake. Rock your baby to this, and say, “bye bye bye” to sleepless nights,” lullaby creators and glockenspiel prodigies Rockabye Baby promise.

JT tracks include a very jaunty version of What Goes Around/Comes Around, a mesmerising Rock Your Body and a bewitching baby-friendly SexyBack. You can listen to them all, in full, here to gauge your baby’s level of drowsy. 

Lullaby renditions of Beyonce

Sweet dreams are made of this

This is not Rockabye Baby’s first surprising lullaby rodeo. They’ve got a whole bunch of releases that will surprise and delight parents, reminding them of their “In The Club” days, whilst lulling their kiddos to sleep

A bit of our Queen, Beyonce? Consider it done. All the single babies, guys!
Eighties electro outfit Depeche Mode reimagined for kids? They’ve got you covered.
Nineties trailblazers, Nirvana? They’ve lullabied it!
Adele, sleepy Taylor Swift, Eminem? Yup!

There are even vinyl versions of the lullabies, if you want to go fully turntable on your bub (we don’t recommend this quite so much, due to needing to creep in and turn the record over!)

Genius effort, guys. Bring back the glockenspiel!

Spring to Summer… Ch-ch-changes! #bowie⚡️

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