Chrissy Wake Up stranger things meme depicting the character Eddie Munson from season 4 yelling at Chrissy Cunningham to wake up from Vecna's trance.

Chrissy, Wake Up Remix

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Updated Jul 07, 2022 at 11:14AM EDT by Zach.

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Chrissy, Wake Up Remix is a remix song by YouTubers Schmoyoho that samples scenes of the character Eddie Munson from Stranger Things season four yelling at Chrissy Cunningham to wake up from Vecna's trance. The remix was made as an alarm for people named Chrissy and went viral on TikTok in June 2022 as the subject of lip-dub videos and as a general background track.


In the season four premiere of Stranger Things, released on May 27th, 2022, a cheerleader named Chrissy Cunningham goes to Eddie Munson, an outcast and leader of the D&D club "Hellfire Club," to buy drugs that might help her sleep, as Chrissy has been having nightmares and hallucinations due to the season's antagonist, Vecna. Chrissy goes to Eddie's house to get some special K when she enters Vecna's trance. Eddie tries to snap her out of it by shaking her and yelling, "Chrissy, wake up," but it does not work (shown below).

On June 10th, 2022, remix artist Schmoyoho posted a video to TikTok[1] captioned, "made an alarm for all the Chrissys and Chrises" where he Duets a version of the scene while playing the piano to it, gaining over 13.9 million views in three weeks (shown below).


The original sound[2] for Schmoyoho's video was used over 38,000 times in the next three weeks of June 2022, often as a background song to videos (notable examples shown below).

On June 18th, TikToker[3] @rinkomaniaa reuploaded the video, gaining over 13.9 million views in two weeks. The sound eventually became more viral than Schmoyoho's, inspiring over 71,500 videos in the same span of time. On June 24th, TikToker[4] @kyliekiwibird posted a video to the sound that gained over 6.9 million views in six days (shown below, left). On June 25th, TikToker[5] @ellie.pogo posted a video to the sound that gained over 3.6 million views in five days (shown below, right).

On June 25th, Schmoyoho uploaded a longer version of the song to YouTube,[6] gaining over 404,000 views in five days (shown below).

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