North West Sings in Kanye West’s Latest Music Video

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, proudly showcased the budding talent of their eldest daughter, North West, as she made a captivating appearance in her father’s latest music video, ‘Talking/Once Again’. In the video, the 10-year-old effortlessly showcases her skills, both rapping and singing alongside her father.

The music video kicks off with a heartwarming scene featuring North standing by Kanye’s side as she gets her hair styled, symbolising the close bond between a father and daughter. North’s rap verse exudes confidence and charisma as she delivers lines like, “It’s your bestie. Miss, miss Westie,” showcasing her burgeoning talent and stage presence.

North West
Image Courtesy: Page Six

Kanye collaborated with fellow artists Y$ and Ty Dolla $ign for the track ‘Talking/Once Again’. Ty Dolla $ign’s daughter, Jailynn, also makes a cameo in the video, highlighting the intertwining of family bonds and artistic expression within the project.

The release of the single comes just days before the much-anticipated launch of Kanye’s upcoming album, ‘Vultures’. North’s involvement in the music video underscores her growing presence as an individual artist. 

North West
Image Courtesy: Complex

Beyond her musical endeavours, North has also established herself as a social media sensation, sharing lighthearted clips on her and her mother’s joint TikTok account. Additionally, she has accompanied her mother, Kim Kardashian, to prestigious events such as Paris Fashion Week, further solidifying her place in the spotlight.

Despite the challenges stemming from Kim and Kanye’s divorce, which was finalised, their family dynamics continue to evolve. Kim candidly shared insights into their journey during an episode of the family’s series, ‘The Kardashians’. In a poignant moment, Kim revealed to her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, that North had shown a preference for spending time with her father over her mother, shedding light on the complexities of co-parenting and familial relationships in the public eye.

-Sushmita Sarkar