Kanye West’s Daughter, North, Announces Her Debut Project, Drawing Inspiration From Her Father

North West, the daughter of Kanye West, has revealed the title of her debut album, which draws inspiration from her father’s own major record. On Sunday, March 10, at the Vultures 2 listening event in Phoenix, North made the statement while positioned in the middle of the platform next to her father.

The 10-year-old announced, “I’ve been working on an album and it’s called Elementary School Dropout,” to a cheering audience.

Naturally, the name is a reference to Kanye’s groundbreaking 2004 debut album “The College Dropout.” The news was made soon after North made her musical debut on her father’s and Ty Dolla $ign’s joint record Vultures 1, which included a major appearance on the song “Talking.”

She became one of the youngest singers to ever chart when the song peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100. At the listening session on Sunday, North wasn’t the only Westie. In addition, Kanye West introduced Psalm and Chicago, his two youngest children, as their older sister sang “Talking.”

Ye and Ty Dolla $ign performed eight tracks from the upcoming Vultures 2 album during the listening party. These songs included collaborations with Future, Playboi Carti, Lil Durk, Project Pat, Don Toliver, and 070 Shake.

The previous day, the two released the album’s cover art, which has Ty Dolla clutching a framed photo of his brother Big TC, who is incarcerated for murder, while sporting an outfit just like Kanye’s on the Vultures 1 cover.

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