Just like her father, Travis Scott’s daughter Stormi Webster might be making her own boss moves soon.
In a recent video from Kylie Jenner, the reality star discusses all the entrepreneurial influences in her daughter Stormi’s life and implies that she may also be joining these women with her own business endeavor.
“She’s actually launching a little secret brand soon that we’ve been working on awhile but finally it’s the pedal to the medal,” Jenner says in the video. The footage in the video also showed Stormi at Kylie Cosmetics’ headquarters along with a small kids table set that Jenner describes as her daughter’s “own office where she gets all her business done.”
While details of the secret brand and how much Stormi will be involved have yet to be revealed, Jenner makes it clear that Stormi has plenty of strong men and women in her family to look up to as business owners.
Stormi could potentially follow in her father’s footsteps, which have gone far beyond the realm of the music world. Scott’s brand deals and partnerships are setting a new standard for Hip-Hop artists to have influence in areas outside of music like gaming, fashion and the food and beverage industries.
As previously reported by AfroTech, Scott inked a deal with PlayStation last year where the rapper signed on to become its new strategic creative partner. He followed the news up with a McDonald’s collaboration to create his own signature meal.
Scott has also built up his $50 million fortune through different avenues that include touring, merchandise and unique endorsements from other companies like Hot Wheels, Fortnite, Nike, Bape and many others. He even set his sights on his own spiked seltzer drink called “CACTI,” which officially launched back in December of last year.
Moreover, Scott has found ways to use his creativity and business expertise to give back to his community by offering scholarships to students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) through his Cactus Jack Foundation. He even received an award for his philanthropic efforts toward HBCUs.