Moves like Jagger
With shows like American Idol, The Voice, The Singing Bee and every other musical related thing on TV is it any wonder why kids would love their own microphones. Children are natural performers. They are always trying to get our attention and one of the ways that Eva gets our attention is by singing. She’s been known to sign the opening of The Lion King all through the grocery store on more than one occasion and She’s also made up her own little songs and sings them while playing a guitar. Give her a microphone and she wants to sing like crazy. Her latest favorite is Chicken Fried by the Zac Brown Band. I like the song as well.
So when I received a Voice Rockrz Mic from First Act at the Time to Play Showcase I immediately knew that I had to get one for SwagsGiving this year.
The Voice Rockrz Mic is pretty fantastic. It has a ton of features all packed into one single microphone. With it your child can sing in their normal voice. They can play sound effects like a drum roll or a cheering crowd of applause. They can even use the included accessories to transform their voice through the Voice Rockrz Mic. Use the Wristband and get an Echo-Tastic Effect. Use the Ring and hit those Hi-Notes (I’m talking Chimpunk High) and then combine the two to get a Robo-Riffic effect.
The microphone even has an input jack for an MP3 player. This is a really fun feature because the music plays through the microphone and your child can sing along with that music. All you need is a double ended cable that fits in a standard headphone jack. Connect one end to the MP3 player and the other end right into the microphone. Great feature!
There are two versions of the mic. There is a Pink one and a Blue one. We cannot get the mic out of Eva’s hands either. So I had to sneak away while she was in school to record the video. Be thanksful. I was thinking of Rick Rolling everyone. 🙂 You can find out more about Voice Rockrz on the Voice Rockrz Facebook Page or follow Voice Rockrz on Twitter. They are very fun and you can win one.
Disclosure: I received a copy of this toy to review and blog about as well as give away as part of the SwagsGiving Event. Opinions about the toy are 100% my own.
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