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North West Discusses Debut Album ‘Elementary School Dropout’ in First Interview

North West, the eldest daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, has broken her silence regarding her highly anticipated debut album ‘Elementary School Dropout’. The revelation came after the 10-year-old announced the project during her father’s listening party for his upcoming album ‘Vultures 2’ in Arizona last Sunday (March 10).

In a recent clip from Rolling Loud 2024 shared on Instagram over the weekend, North West engaged in a brief interview with young reporter Jazlyn, known as Jazzy, the 13-year-old creator of Jazzys World TV.

While remaining tight-lipped about a release date, North West expressed confidence in her album, stating, “It’s gonna be great.” When asked about potential collaborations on the record, she replied, “Maybe! We don’t know yet!”

The title of North West’s upcoming album pays homage to her father’s 2004 debut LP ‘The College Dropout’, a groundbreaking release that solidified Kanye West’s position as a pivotal figure in hip-hop.

Having already made her rap debut on Ye’s ‘Vultures’ LP, North West showcased her skills by performing the track ‘Talking’ live on February 25 at Paris’ Accor Arena.

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