Best music for children according to redditors

We found 118 Reddit comments discussing the best music for children. We ranked the 98 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Christian alternative music
Christian contemporary music
Christian rap music
Christian rock
Country gospel
Praise & worship music
Christian holiday music
Christian accompaniament music
Christian music for children
Christian county & bluegrass music
Christian instrumental music

Top Reddit comments about Christian Music:

u/[deleted] · 164 pointsr/atheism
u/Gabriel_Aurelius · 10 pointsr/TrueChristian

I actually used to be a Christian Dj a long time ago, and I've kept up with the music (I actually haven't had time in the last year, so some of this may be older, but hyperlinks to Amazon are included - I'm sure most are on iTunes as well). I broke them down by what I consider the top 6 genres of music that MOST people listen to - I excluded genres like classical, chanting, opera, country, etc. These are all Christian artists that happen to love making music that I enjoy. Many of these artists have additional albums, but I linked the ones I know I like. EXPLORE!!!

Recommendation: hold down the left Control button when you click on a link so it opens in another tab. ;)


u/CY4N · 6 pointsr/dubstep

Christian Dubstep

Yes this is an actual release, I would not listen to myself seeing as there is no artist tags and it has "Dubstep Remix" on the titles. Gave me a good laugh though.

u/WorkingMouse · 5 pointsr/atheism
u/Pope-Urban-III · 4 pointsr/Catholicism

Can you really be a Catholic baseball fan and not have a copy of Vin Scully saying the Rosary?

u/theowsla · 3 pointsr/Reformed
u/derpotologist · 3 pointsr/crappymusic

FREE on Amazon Prime!! And if you don't have Amazon Prime you can still listen to the samples... and let's be honest, even the samples are too long.

u/Ravenfall7 · 3 pointsr/ChristianMusic

Holy crap say what?......

Was this album the one you are talking about? Because it almost sounds like a completely different band. Its insane.

EDIT: Wow....this is seriously depressing. This is from wikipedia.

The band's fourth album, Ascend, was released on March 11, 2016.[citation needed] The album abandons almost all hard rock elements present on the former's release in favor of a more EDM and dubstep-inspired sound with elements of alternative rock

Why would they do this? The first 2 albums are off the freaking charts, why oh why did they do this.....

u/justanotherjohn123 · 2 pointsr/Catholicism

I found that praying with a recording helped at first. The first recording I bought was actually Vin Scully (yes, that Vin Scully). My favorite though my far is The Rosary is a Place. On busy days, I pray with this recording on my commute, and it's a fantastic mix of meditation, music, and prayers.

On that note, can anyone recommend other good recordings?

u/raddit-bot · 2 pointsr/listentothis

| | |
|name|Moriah Peters|
|about artist|Moriah Castillo Peters was born October 2, 1992. in Chino California just outside of Los Angeles. She grew up singing in church and in school Never knowing what God had in store for her but always enjoying singing. Both of her parents were involved in music . She was first discovered at the age of 15 yrs. old ([more on]( Peters))|
|track|To Leave It All Behind|
|images|artist image|
|links|wikipedia, official homepage, youtube, myspace, twitter, facebook, mp3 on amazon|
|tags|christian, femalevocalist, christiancameltoe, cameltoe, totallyfuckinghot, rockccm|
|similar|Dara Maclean, Meredith Andrews, Sarah Reeves, Addison Road, Josh Wilson|
|metrics|lastfm listeners: 3,281, lastfm plays: 29,212, youtube plays: 1,350, score: 6.33|

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u/mileylols · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Caprious · 2 pointsr/DJsCirclejerk

You're too late:

Edit: Sad thing is, some of the tunes aren't that bad. Take out the gospel, and they'd be tolerable.

u/RodneyBowen · 1 pointr/podcasts

[TALK] JESUS CALLING Podcast "God Can Redeem Your Struggles: Joel & Luke Smallbone and Sandi Patty" SFW

Today’s guests show us the power of relying on God in our darkest moments and staying connected with Him so that He can see us through our struggles: Joel and Luke Smallbone of the band, for KING & COUNTRY, and gospel music legend Sandi Patty. Joel and Luke Smallbone are part of a musical heritage, but earning their path to success was certainly not easy. Today they talk to us about their new album, Burn the Ships, how they’ve created their own musical legacy, and why it’s so important for them to carve out moments to be still with God.  Sandi Pattycame to fame in the 1980s as she sang alongside Bill and Gloria Gaither and wowed crowds with her stunning rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” After four decades in the music industry, Sandi talks to us about how she fell in love with music at an early age, what it took for her to discover her voice, both personally and professionally, and why she believes showing up is the first step to having a deeper relationship with God.

u/AvoidingStalkers · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/rundmcc · 1 pointr/ChristianVinyl

You can preview the album on Spotify or Amazon.

u/Stinky_Fartface · 1 pointr/videos

Fantastic! I hope you finally get the well deserved break you're looking for!

If anyone prefers Amazon to the iTunes store here's a link:

u/Zodep · 1 pointr/videos

Does he get money from buying this?

If so, I'm gonna buy it!

u/Team_Realtree · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This album would be great to have my own copy of!

u/sylverr_47 · 1 pointr/Romania

I recommend a CD with Hruscă or Fuego. I'm pretty sure they will get the joke.

Found this for you: Stefan Hrusca - Colinde - Romanian Christmas Carols