After the release of Drake's chart-topping Scorpion album, his single "In My Feelings" skyrocketed to number one, so it's no surprise the City Girls assisted track received the Kidz Bop treatment.
Since 2000, the compilation LP has sold about 17 million copies and over the weekend, Kidz Bop released its 39th installment offering the world a G-rated and tween-friendly version of today's biggest hits.
Once Twitter learned Kidz Bop laid its prepubescent hands on Drake's song, there was a mixed bag of feelings. Some went along with it and commented positively, while others were frankly offended.
I just saw a Kidz Bop commercial with the Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings and I feel like a curse has been placed on me
— Jeremy (@TacticalRPG) January 10, 2019
That Kidz Bop version of In My Feelings lets me know that hell is a real place.
— Nappy Head Nietzsche (@AugustCulture) January 19, 2019
This #KidzBop version of "In My Feelings" is SENDING me! 😂 pic.twitter.com/EQzTwdbfb6
— Nicholas D. (@Creat1ve) January 18, 2019
This isn't the first time Drake's music has been Kidz Bopped. For Kidz Bop 31, "Hotline Bling" was also featured. The new 18-track album also features Cardi B's "I Like It" as well as Khalid and Normani's "Love Lies."
The lyrics to the hook received a slight change:
KiKi, do you love me/are you with me/say you'll never ever leave from beside me/cause I want ya/and I need ya/and I'm down for ya always
And when it came time for the City Girls portion of the song, they turned that down as well.
All of us kids and we hangin' in the rain/hangin' in rain/I need a black card with the code to the safe/code to the safe.
Hey, kids need love too. Watch the Kidz Bop version of Drake's "In My Feelings" below.