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Kanye West's Daughter North Sings About 'Problems' In New Music Video With Her Dad

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By Favour Adegoke on February 7, 2024 at 12:15 PM EST

Rapper Kanye West is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album, "Vultures," and to give fans a taste of what is in store, he decided to drop the visuals for a track featuring his ten-year-old daughter, North West.

The track titled "TALKING / ONCE AGAIN" heavily features vocals from North yelling and singing about "problems" and people "just talking." Although the song has yet to be released on streaming platforms, West's fans seem eager for it, as they flooded the rapper's comments with positive feedback.

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North Takes The Spotlight In Her Dad's New Music Video

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On Wednesday, rapper West stunned his fans by dropping the music video for a track off his upcoming album, "Vultures."

The song, titled "TALKING / ONCE AGAIN," features vocals from his daughter North and rapper TY Dollar Sign.

As noted by the controversial rapper, the music video was directed by the D'Innocenzo Brothers, Damiano, and Fabio D'Innocenzo, with cinematography from Matteo Cocco.

The stunning video shows a young North shouting, "You don't want no problems. You're just talking."

She also goes on to rap, "It's your bestie. Miss Miss Westie. Don't try to test me. It's gonna get messy. Just just bless me."

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In the music video, North dons a huge puffer coat as she gets her hair braided. In one scene, she is shown speaking into her father's ear. In another, North can be seen being carried by West on his shoulders.

The rapper also mirrored his daughter's fashion as he donned a huge coat while flashing his "permanent titanium teeth" throughout the video.

Fans were impressed with North's singing and the song as a whole, as they likened the 10-year-old to her dad, West.

One person said, "Something about Kanye doing a collab with his own child that gets me… it's wholesome.

Another commented, "This collable with miss West is the only confirmation that Ye will drop the album. Can't let North down for sure."

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A third person wrote, "Kanye's voice is absolutely angelic at the end. This album is gonna be insane."

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Kanye West's New Album Will Be Released In Three Parts

Kanye West is seen in Milan for fashion week

Not one to be predicted, West announced that his 12th studio album will be released in three parts starting in February.

Part one of his collaboration album with Ty Dolla $ign has been scheduled to be released on February 9, with the second part coming on March 8 and the last on April 5.

The announcement came along with a bizarre video trailer for the album that featured clips of a burning home, strange figures disguised in black cloaks, animals, and more provocative imagery.

West has previously been criticized in November last year after a track off the album was released, with crude lyrics about him sleeping with a Jewish woman.

The lyrics read, "How am I antisemitic? I just f—— a Jewish b—-." The rapper has since apologized to the Jewish community, noting he never intended to "hurt" anyone with his remarks.

Doubling down on this, West went on an anti-Semitic rant while in Las Vegas promoting his album. The rapper attacked several of his industry peers and accused them of being Zionists.

He said at the time, "Who makes the hospitals, though, these are zionists n—-. This is what I'm trying to tell you. Jesus Christ, Hitler, Ye! Third-party sponsor that. Bring your sponsorship today because there's gonna be some n—- that feel exactly like me," the rapper yelled.

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Kanye West Apologized For His Anti-Semitic Remarks

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Shortly after being slammed online for his anti-Semitic comments, West released an apology on his social media page, stating how sorry he was in Hebrew.

The now-deleted apology message read, "I sincerely apologize to the Jewish community for any 'unintended outburst.' I did not intend to hurt or demean, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused."

The rapper continued, "I am committed to starting with myself and learning from this experience to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future. Your forgiveness is important to me, and I am committed to making amends and promoting unity."

West's apology was met with mixed reception, with many saying he only did it for the sake of his upcoming album performing well.

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