Pop Goes Lullaby 4 Review - Soothe the savage beast!!!


Do you know what a 3 month old is like when they are sleepy but don't want to sleep? They can quite easily be described as Savage Beasts. Oh sure, they pretend to be all cute and cuddly. They are just trying to lull you into a false sense of security. As soon as you think it's safe and they're gonna sleep, they start screaming like banshees.

Well I confused this one and won the battle. What was my tactic you ask? Aha... She went to scream and I beat her to it. She did not seem amused by my screaming but then again I am never amused by hers. While she is quiet and confused is when I enact the second portion of this devious plan...soft music.

She got lucky this go round as we had some new music to test and review. It was Pop Goes Lullaby 4 by Jammy Jams. It seemed to keep her calm but not lull her to sleep. I figure she is just a tad difficult though. I'm sure you are wondering where do I find it, what is it, how much does it cost? Well I will answer all these questions after we get some basic information from the manufacturer.

Here is what they have to say:

Who’s got the coolest kid in the nursery? YOU do! Because you play your baby “Pop Goes Lullaby 4” to rock them to sleep every night. Jammy Jams’ latest release features lullaby renditions of pop songs currently in the charts. Hits by Meghan TrainorKaty PerryTaylor Swift, Sam Smith and more transformed into beautiful instrumental lullabies.


1. Cool Kids (Lullaby Rendition of Echosmith)
2. Shake it Off (Lullaby Rendition of Taylor Swift)
3. Don’t  (Lullaby Rendition of Ed Sherran)
4. All About That Bass (Lullaby Rendition of Meghan Trainor)
5. I’m Not The Only One (Lullaby Rendition of Sam Smith)
6. This is How We Do (Lullaby Rendition of Katy Perry)
7. Me Against The World (Lullaby Rendition of Erica Ashley)
8. Blame (Lullaby Rendition of Calvin Harris)
9. Fireball (Lullaby Rendition of Pitbull)
10. Rude (Lullaby Rendition of Magic!)

This album is available for consumers to purchase in the following formats:
CD, CD w/ Digital Copy, Album Download Card, Digital Download

This album is available in the Jammy Jams Store (www.jammyjams.net) as well as iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and many other retailers.


One of my personal favorites is the lullaby rendition of All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor. Baby A seemed to enjoy it as well. It had the ability to keep her super calm. I was hoping it would put her to sleep but I had no such luck with this collection of songs. This company actually offers a variety of mommy and daddy friendly lullaby instrumentals. Baby A and I ventured to a different CD. It eased her from calm to sleep without any Savage Beast antics.

Now let's answer those questions you asked.
  1. Where do I find it?
  1. What is it?
  • A collection of songs that have been rendered as lullabies.
  • Soothing instrumental versions of popular songs
  1. How much does it cost? 
  • The price depends on which format you choose. Prices range from under $10 to just about $15.
All in All for Baby A, I would give it a 4 out of 5. She liked it but didn't sleep to it. 

There is one on their website that received a 5 out of 5 from us. We couldn't just listen to one set of lullabies. The one Baby A liked most was Once Upon A Rhyme 2. There are lots of other options. So if this doesn't fit, keep listening and you will.

We want to thank Tomoson and Jammy Jams for allowing us to review and test this CD of lullabies.

Z's Mommy