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The 15-month-old girl sat on Kim's lap next to Kanye in the front row while watching the Balenciaga fashion show at Paris Fashion Week.
The new song, which West co-produced with Mike Dean, will appear on Tyga's 'The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty' that's coming out on November 18.
West, who wasn't announced as a performer at the fest, performs 'Get Em High' with Common before playing his own tracks like 'Jesus Walks' and 'Can't Tell Me Nothing'.
According to Page Six, the rapper and the pop sensation will start working together in the studio soon.
After completing the $21.25 million purchase of a freshly constructed mansion in Hidden Hills, the powerhouse couple is selling their half-finished mansion in Bel Air Crest.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star slams media for making her husband's Australian concert 'clouded by lies' following the wheelchair controversy.
During his show in Brisbane, Australia, the rapper launches a five-minute rant about how media makes him look like 'a bad person' while in reality, he's 'a married Christian man with a family.'
The rapper finally continues his show at Sydney's Qantas Credit Union Arena after receiving confirmation that fans who remain seated are handicapped.
A source close to West says the rapper 'didn't have a major health scare' and was 'fine' after being rushed to a hospital in Melbourne a few hours before his concert.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star who poses in her birthday suit for GQ magazine also comments on President Barack Obama who once dissed her husband.
The track, which features the rapper singing about how awesome his wife is, was first debuted when he performed at last year's Met Gala.
The 'Black Skinhead' rapper reportedly 'would rather she didn't star on the show' because he wants to keep their lives in private.
During his 90-minute set, the rapper performs 'Blood on the Leaves' twice and throws shade at Jay Pharoah who impersonated him at last week's MTV Video Music Awards.
The 'Eraserhead' fimmaker reveals he accepted the rapper's offer to direct the 'Yeezus' track's video, but he later gave it up after he couldn't come up with good ideas that would please both of them.
Seeking $3M in damages, a New York musician named Joel McDonald claims the track from 2011's 'Watch the Throne' album is a rip-off of his 2009 song of the same name.