It may be sunny where you are, but at KidLit TV HQ
IT’S RAINING TACOS!!
LISTEN to this podcast of the NEW KidLit MTV show featuring Emmy-winning, song-writing superstar Parry Gripp!
? Learn about the NEW book based on his smash hit song ?
IT’S RAINING TACOS!
About the Book
Wildly fun and full of laugh-out-loud antics, this interactive sing-along is a zany romp sure to capture fans of Giraffes Can’t Dance and Dragons Love Tacos. Shell we dance?
Taco-bout irresistible! Jam out to the catchy, toe-tapping tune “Raining Tacos” from YouTube sensation Parry Gripp, featuring everyone’s favorite treat!
This spec-taco-ular, goofy song, with new, never-before-sung lyrics, is perfect for sharing, so grab a few friends—young or old—and get ready to crunch your way to a good time!
It’s raining tacos, from out of the sky.
Tacos, no need to ask why.
Just open your mouth and close your eyes.
It’s raining tacos!
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About Parry Gripp
Parry Gripp is an Emmy-winning songwriter and recording artist, whose best-known works include “Raining Tacos;” songs for Netflix’s “Ask The StoryBots;” and theme songs for Disney’s “The 7D,” The Cartoon Network’s “Ben 10: Omniverse,” and Marvel’s “The Super Hero Squad Show.”
He was series composer for Disney’s “The 7D” and has also written songs for Disney’s “Phineas & Ferb” (where he appeared as a special guest), Netflix’s “Emily’s Wonder Lab,” Hallmark’s “Hoops & Yoyo” television specials, Amazon’s “Lily The Unicorn,” and an animal video series for National Geographic Kids.
Gripp maintains a highly popular YouTube music channel, with over 600,000 subscribers and 350 million views, featuring children’s favorites such as “Raining Tacos,” “Space Unicorn,” “Do You Like Waffles?,” “Baby Monkey (Going Backwards on A Pig),” and numerous others.
His YouTube videos were featured in Ricky Gervais’ Netflix series “Derek.” Actor Christoph Waltz portrayed a hamster in a sketch to Gripp’s song “Hamster On A Piano” on Jimmy Kimmel’s 2014 post Academy Awards show.
For nearly a decade, Gripp created and recorded songs for Wawa’s popular “Hoagiefest” advertising campaign. His other advertising work includes songs for Hasbro’s “Elefun and Friends” ads, including “Hungry Hungry Hippos,” “Chasing Cheeky,” and more.
Gripp’s first children’s book “Somebunny Loves Me” was published by National Geographic Kids with an accompanying song and video. His next book is in the works with a projected publication date of 2021.
Older fans might recognize Gripp’s style in the theme song to “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” which he wrote and recorded with his band Nerf Herder.