Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Or perhaps we should say Merry Krismas, because Kris Jenner has just dropped a festive anthem we'll be playing on repeat.

It might come as a big surprise that Kris Jenner would drop a Christmas single, but hey, where there is money to be made, you'll find Kris.

For her latest business venture, the momager has teamed up with her daughter Kourtney Kardashian and her fiancé Travis Barker, to release her own version of "Jingle Bells." And to be perfectly honest, it really isn't bad at all.

Initially, I wasn't entirely sure what Kourtney contributed to the song, but then Jenner's IG post confirmed that Kourt was putting in a shift on the jingle bells. I assumed that Travis Barker was playing the drums, which was correct. The song is also produced by the couple's newly established company KRAVIS RECORDS. Who would've thought we'd see Kourtney take on the role as a music producer!

In all seriousness, creating a Christmas song is the perfect way to make money – if the song is good. Just look at Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas," or Wham!'s "Last Christmas." These songs are played on repeat every single year, all over the world, so you can only imagine the royalties coming from those numbers.

Kris Jenner's "Jingle Bells" might not be a holiday classic just yet, but at least it is a fun little venture for the momager. Now we're just waiting for her to feature on a Kanye track.

If you're looking to stream the track, it's available across Spotify, Apple Music, and more.

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