Celebrity / 17-10-2019

Ariana Grande wants to sample Kylie Jenner's now viral Rise and Shine lullaby

The Thank U, Next hitmaker recorded herself singing Stormi's special Rise and Shine lullaby - and it looks like it could be her next big song

Ariana Grande could be about to make Kylie Jenner a hit recording artist.

She's already a billionaire thanks to her make up empire, but now, she could be a platinum-selling artist too.

The Thank U, Next hitmaker suggested teaming up with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star for her next hit.

The singer said she wants to sample Kylie's special 'Rise and Shine' lullaby for baby Stormi, and the reality babe is game.

Ariana took to Instagram to post a video of herself singing the lullaby and said "@kyliejenner can i sample".

Sharing it to her own story, Kylie responded: "Yes, yes you can @arianagrande. As long as I'm in music video.."

Ariana Grande wants to sample Kylie Jenner's now viral Rise and Shine lullaby

Ariana wants to sample Kylie's lullaby

Kylie sings Rise And Shine to wake Stormi up

Kylie debuted the special song she sings to her daughter, one, who she shares with ex Travis Scott, in a YouTube video.

As she was giving a tour of her house, she went into Stormi's room and woke her up from her nap by singing "rise and shine".

The three-word song went on to become a viral sensation, and people are loving the idea of it becoming a song.

It would be an epic combo

Fans are dying to see it happen

One fan said: "CAN WE JUST TALKED ABOUT THIS ICONIC DUO LIKEE ARIANA AND KYLIE??????? I STAN"

Another tweeted: "Can we just say 'THE OSCAR FOR POP DUET SINGLE OF THE YEAR GOES TO ARIANA GRANDE AND KYLIE JENNER!!!'"

While another said: "ariana grande and kylie jenner is the collab i didn’t know i needed yet the one i deserve"

Kylie wants to be in the music video

And one commented: "imagine if ariana turns this into a song & gets kylie in the music video ... a moment !!!!"

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17-10-2019 03:45, source: irishmirror, by James Foster
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