Kim Kardashian's Daughter North West, 10, Announces Debut Album “Elementary School Dropout”

The SKIMS CEO shares her four kids with her ex-husband, rapper Kanye West

<p>Michael Kovac/Getty</p> Kim Kardashian and North West

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Kim Kardashian and North West

Kim Kardashian's daughter North is jumpstarting her music career.

Over the weekend, the 10-year-old daughter of Kardashian and rapper Kanye West, 46, announced her debut album, titled Elementary School Dropout, while attending a listening party for her dad's album Vultures 2, according to Forbes.

As she stood on stage in Phoenix, North shared the special news. "I've been working on an album..." she said, prompting the crowd to erupt into cheers. She went on to reveal the album's title, which is a direct reference to her dad's 2004 album The College Dropout.

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Related: North West Appears in Dad Kanye West's New Video for 'Talking / Once Again'

In February, North appeared in the music video for West and Ty Dolla $ign's song "Talking / Once Again," which is part of a collaborative project for the super duo who go by ¥$.

During the 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.”

The 10-year-old appeared on the cover of i-D's Fall/Winter 2023 issue and shared what she wants to be when she grows up. Although North still has a lot of time to change her mind, she had her heart set on a few different careers at the time.

"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.

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