Rhapsody Kids is the first music streaming service developed specifically for younger listeners.
The new feature, which will appear in existing Rhapsody and Napster subscribers' Android apps as an update, promises a broad selection of tracks but with no surprises and with no danger of accidentally accessing anything with an ‘explicit Lyrics' label.
"As the original streaming music service, we have a deep base of customers that have moved into a new chapter of their life and are hungry for a way to share music with their kids," said Rhapsody CFO, Ethan Rudin. "With Rhapsody KIDS, we're excited for parents to share their love of music with their young kids in a fun, safe and controlled environment."
As well as pre-curated channels and content from the likes of Disney movie soundtracks, parents will be able to add specific tracks or entire albums too.
Although live from Thursday as an Android app update, Rhapsody is still working on the update to its iOS app.