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Kylie Jenner ‘working on music with Kanye’

Published 30/05/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner’s uncle through marriage Kanye West is supposedly helping the reality star record her first single.

The 17-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star is the half-sister of Kim Kardashian, who is married to rapper Kanye.

And apparently Kylie is benefitting greatly from her sister’s marriage, as it’s claimed she is working on fresh music with the Bound 2 hitmaker, who has won 21 Grammy Awards in his career.

“Kanye has been helping her with her music,” a source told Radar Online. “He has been mentoring her and the two have been working on her first single together.”

Kanye has watched Kylie grow up and it’s believed he’s committed to crafting a hit tune with her.

And fortunately it seems Kylie is being a very good student under his tutelage.

“Kanye wants to see Kylie succeed in the industry and he know that with her talent and his guidance, she can actually make a name for herself,” the insider added. “She actually does her homework, takes direction and has gotten really, really good!”

A couple of weeks ago Kylie shared a video of herself singing on Snapchat.

Skeptics claimed the vocals on that Snapchat clip were provided by Pia Mia, not Kylie.

However, insiders claims it was “definitely Kylie singing in that video!”

This footage was released around the same time Kylie’s mother Kris Jenner confirmed her daughter has been taking vocal lessons for about a year in a promo for Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

“The fact that Kylie’s Snapchat video was making headlines at the same time that Kris revealed she was taking vocal lessons on KUWTK is no coincidence,” the insider said. “It is all carefully calculated by Kris, who has elected herself as the manager of Kylie’s music career.”

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