Kylie Jenner 'Rise and Shine' remix song goes viral after Stormi dancing video
18 October 2019, 14:04
Why hasn't anyone released the Kylie Jenner 'rise and shine' remix song on Spotify yet?
I know for a fact that I'm not alone when I say that I have had Kylie Jenner singing 'Rise and Shine' stuck in my head for the past 48 hours. And now that I've heard the remix, I fear that it will never leave.
Thanks to that one moment in her Kylie Cosmetics office tour, King Kylie soon became the internet's favourite new meme. Since going viral, several people (including Ariana Grande) have recreated and remixed her vocal sample.
Kylie has already endorsed an absolutely banging dubstep remix on Twitter and now, she's just shared a video of Stormi dancing to a remix so fire that some fans are calling for it to be put on streaming services.
Kylie shared the video of Stormi on Twitter and Instagram yesterday (Oct 17). While Stormi was living her absolute best life dancing to the track, it took all of 20 seconds before the tiny legend realised it wasn't her Grammy-nominated, critically acclaimed dad, Travis Scott, singing and soon asked her mum to put his music on instead.
Kylie hasn't revealed the exact creator of the remix but a longer version of the track has been uploaded to YouTube several times by several different accounts.
Here's a two minute version for you to set as your new alarm tone, or to play the next chance you get your hands on the AUX at a party:
If Kylie isn't nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 2020 Grammy's then... well, I'll probably do nothing because this might be the most trivial thing that has happened this year. But just know that I'll be mad for like 0.5 seconds.
Like a true content queen, Kylie has taken the whole meme and turned it into a business opportunity by creating merch. She's even changed her Instagram bio and already started incorporating the phrase into her Kylie Cosmetics brand posts on Instagram.
"And THAT's why they pay me the obligatory 10%, baby," whispers Kris Jenner to herself over an afternoon glass of Moët, probably.