The 10-year-old is cool, collected and having a blast in the video
North West isn't just appearing on her dad's new track — she's also in the video!
The 10-year-old lends her vocals on Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign's "Talking / Once Again," part of a collaborative project as the super duo ¥$. In a new Instagram Reel shared by the rapper, 46, North can also be seen in a snippet from the song's music video.
North sits, rapping her verse on the song as she gets her hair done. In another scene, she whispers in her dad's ear as he laughs, both wearing grills as they smile together.
“It’s your bestie, Miss, Miss Westie,” North raps on the song. “Don't tryna test me / It's gonna get messy / It's gonna get messy / Just, just bless me.”
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In her first solo cover story for i-D's Fall/Winter 2023 issue, the pre-teen talked about what she wants to be when she grows up. While the 10-year-old still has a lot of time to change her mind, she has her heart set on a few different careers.
"A basketball player, a rapper, um...Well when I was 7 I wanted to be a boxer," she told the outlet. "But now I don't want to be a boxer. I'm going to do art on the side."
"When I'm like, 13, I want to walk dogs, to make money to buy art supplies, because everything around here is so expensive. So a rapper, a basketball player, and I'm going to make artwork that I sell."
"Also, one day I want to own Yeezy and SKIMS, and I want to be a business owner," the pre-teen added of her mom and dad's businesses.
In December, the SKIMS co-founder, 43, shared a message of gratitude on her Instagram Story, thanking Bobby Naugle, who co-designed West's College Dropout bear, commonly referred to as just Dropout Bear. (Sam Hansen was the other co-designer, per Complex.)
Alongside a photo of herself with Naugle, the Kardashians star revealed that the designer reached out to her last year “because he wanted to gift North some of the original merch that he helped produce” and “asked for nothing in return.”
"We stayed in touch since then,” Kardashian continued. “And after being approached by a few collectors and auction houses regarding other collectables [sic] he owned from 2003-2005, which included first-hand sketches and Kanye's original personal pink RL polo, Bobby felt it [would] be most appropriate to give them to our kids, again, asking for nothing in return.”
“I would like to publicly thank Bobby for his kindness and generosity (it's very rare in this industry), when he could have easily made a lot of money from selling off these items instead," she finished.
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