Zeamu music

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Image Courtesy of Zemu Music

Review by Sam Case, age 8 and Max Case, age 6

Zeamu Music is an independent music company that produces fun songs for kids. Sam and Max Case’s mum is one of the people that runs it. The two brothers talked to The Positive about the cool songs and characters that Zeamu has brought to life.

The Positive: What is Zeamu Music?

Sam: Zeamu Music is a company for kids, which is excellent!

The Positive: Why is Zeamu Music cool?

Sam: It’s made for kids and its supposed to be just for them. Children love music and there aren’t many songs out there for children.

Max: The characters sing songs that are fun and you can dance to it with your friends and Mummy and Daddy. You can have a Zeamu party! On the website there is stuff to print like invitations to a party.

The Positive: What are your favourite things about Zeamu Music?

Max: I love the tracks because they’re really good to dance to and I like to go on the website and print off the song words so that I can sing them with my friends.

Sam: I love the characters and the music. I like the t-shirts as well because they have Zeamus on them.

The Positive: Which Zeamu characters are your favourites?

Sam: Amber and George. George is jazzy and I love jazz dancing and Amber does ballads and I love that kind of music.

Max: I love Aki because he looks really cool. I like him because Daddy designed him really well. I like his hairstyle and his tie and shoes.

The Positive: What songs do you like the most?

Sam:‘Invisible Me’ because I love the tune.

Max: ‘OMG’ and ‘Relatives’ are great and I really love ‘Aeroplanes.’

The Positive: What would you like to see Zeamu Music do next?

Sam: I’d love to see a video game with the Zeamu characters and a TV programme with all the characters and lots of music.

Max:I’d like to see Zeamu Music everywhere because I love it!

To meet the Zeamus and buy songs, check out Zeamu Music’s website.

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