KIDZ BOP Kid (Any gender, 9–12 years)

KIDZ BOP, the Biggest Music Brand for Kids is auditioning! Could you be the next KIDZ BOP Kid? If you’re highly skilled in commercial street dance with a strong pop voice – we want to hear from you! First round self tape.

Please email self tapes to by 25th Jan 2024

KIDZ BOP, the biggest music brand for kids is auditioning! We are searching for talented kids of all ethnicities 9-12 years old that love to Dance & Sing. Could you be the next KIDZ BOP Kid? If you’re ‘highly skilled’ in commercial street dance with a strong pop voice, we want to hear from you!

First round is self tape. Please see below info on what to tape. Stitch your videos together into one video and send your tapes to – If the file is too large, you may need to use WeTransfer or upload to YouTube and send us a private link.


  • Intro & Full Ident: include name, age, location, representation (TV Twins), experience and a little bit about yourself!
  • Vocal tape: Please pick 2 KIDZ BOP songs from the list below and tape a verse and chorus of each (max 1 min per song). Please tape songs acapella and with the camera vertical.

Track references:

  1. Drivers Licence – KIDZ BOP
  2. Flowers – KIDZ BOP
  3. Golden Hour – KIDZ BOP
  4. Shut Up & Dance – KIDZ BOP

Please film this in a well lit room, with lots of space and use the KIDZ BOP Butter track to tape your performance.

Perform as if you were in a KIDZ BOP music video! Good luck with your tape – enjoy yourself, have lots of fun – and remember to smile!

The deadline for audition tapes is Friday 25th January – please email your cut-together tape to

Contract info: PAID – Above Equity Minimum.

Being a KIDZ BOP Kid is a full time role for a child & family. We have studio recordings, music videos, TV/Press appearances, live performance and a live tour. Only apply if you and your child would be able to commit to an extremely busy schedule and be able travel to London most weekends with a parent/guardian. We try to book all work at weekends and in school holidays, however this is not always possible and the child’s school would need to be happy to grant absence for performance/Press trips.