Play Date – Ninja Pajamas

With the strike of a gong, the delightfully dynamic, fun, and positive kindie band Play Date is poised to save families from the bedtime blues. To launch the release of “Ninja Pajamas”, the first single off Play Date’s upcoming album, We All Shine, Play Date has partnered with Chicago-based children’s clothing line Toddler Royalty to create cozy, originally-designed, limited edition Ninja Pajamas for kids and all their ninja dreaming. Pre-orders will be available for a limited time, starting Friday, June 12 online HERE.

Each pre-sale purchase of a set of Ninja Pajamas comes with an instant download of Play Date’s “Ninja Pajamas” song (featuring underground hip hop artist P.O.S), a digital download or CD of Play Date’s new album We All Shine (upon its July 24th release), and a download code for Play Date’s very own Ninja Dream Training: A Guided Bedtime Meditation.

Little ninjas will be excited to join the Ninja Pajama Posse at bedtime in Toddler Royalty’s 100% cotton jersey Ninja Pajamas with matching ninja hood and mask, letting imaginations run wild as they drift off into dreamland, feeling the breeze, battling dragons, and climbing trees. Color options include royal blue, with reversible black/blue belt, and hot pink, with black lace details. Both pant options have a dropped inseam and side pockets, perfect for hiding late night snacks or throwing stars. The ninja mask is not suitable for sleeping. Ninja Pajamas are available in kids’ sizes S -XL. Click HERE to pre-order.

HAPPY WAGS is out TODAY!!! Featuring Jesse Wagner from the Aggrolites


The Aggrolites Jesse Wagner has a children’s album that comes out today under the moniker Happy Wags. This S/T album is chock full of goodness influenced by SKA, SOUL, PUNK, FUNK, and much goodness. A favor? Pretty please if you could go to your record store and see if they’re carrying this and if not, could you ask them to order it. Especially for those stores that have a children’s music section. Word of mouth is everything for us, so much appreciation always. Be well. Peace, MIKE PARK