Kylie Jenner releases 'Rise and Shine' merch inspired by her singing to Stormi

18 October 2019, 12:36

Sam  Prance

By Sam Prance

The "rise and shine" memes have led Kylie Jenner to create a set of hoodies.

Rising vocalist Kylie Jenner has turned the video of her singing "rise and shine" to Stormi into merch and it's actually iconic.

Kylie Jenner is best known for being a reality TV star and a billionaire businesswoman, but she's now making waves as a singer... kind of. Earlier this week (Oct 13), Kylie broke the internet when a clip of her flexing her vocal skills went viral.

It all started when the 22-year-old posted a video tour of her Kylie Cosmetic office on YouTube. In the video, she sings "rise and shine" to her daughter Stormi to wake her up and the way she sings it is so funny that it's inspired thousands of memes.

Never one to take herself too seriously, Kylie has created "rise and shine" hoodies which you can buy right now.

Kylie Jenner releases 'Rise and Shine' merch inspired by her singing to Stormi
Kylie Jenner releases 'Rise and Shine' merch inspired by her singing to Stormi. Picture: David Livingston/WireImage, @kyliejenner via Twitter

Taking to Twitter last night (Oct 18), Kylie posted photos of the new "rise and shine" hoodies with links to her personal merch store: You can either buy a white hoodie with Kylie's face on it in a pink sun and the words "rise and shine" and some musical notes on the chest or a black hoodie with the same photo of Kylie in a yellow sun and "rise and shine" on the arms. Hilariously, rise and shine is spelled "riiise x shiiinee" on them to imitate how Kylie sings.

The hoodies are being sold for $65 each, alongside Kylie's other merch, which include phone cases, socks, caps, t-shirts and an array of other items. The devil works hard but Kris Jenner works harder.

Throughout the week, Kylie has also been reposting some of the funniest "rise and shine" memes, including a legendary edit of her auditioning for The Voice. Kylie even shared an adorable video of Stormi dancing to a viral remix of "rise and shine". In it, Stormi says: "Daddy sings!" and Kylie replies: "No baby that's mommy". Stormi then asks if Kylie can play her dad Travis Scott's music instead and Kylie says: "Oh you want Daddy singing, I'm not good enough" and obliges.

It seems that Kylie's music is clearly more suited to a more mature audience.

BRB - going to buy some hoodies.

What do you think of Kylie's "rise and shine" merch?