Kanye’s definitely getting more and more romantic! In Future’s new video for ‘I Won,’ Kanye hits the beach and sings a verse about his ‘trophy wife,’ Kim K! Watch the video here.
Kim Kardashian definitely brings out the more lovey-dovey side in Kanye West, and we can’t get enough. On April 17, Future released the official music video for his song featuring Kanye, “I Won,” and we’re sure that Kim couldn’t be happier about the major ways he compliments her in the video.
Kanye West Rap ‘I Won’ About Kim Kardashian — Video
The new video reminds us a lot of Beyonce‘s “Drunk in Love” — which makes sense since it’s directed by the same person, Hype Williams.
“We on the water, on the beach, and it’s beautiful women,” Future, 30, told Hot 97’s Angie Martinez in an interview in March. The video cuts between Future rapping, ‘Ye rapping and some close ups of gorgeous women showing serious sideboob rolling around in the sand.
While Kanye sang a super romantic verse, he looked carefree and happy — even dancing a bit, but he was apparently getting splashed with water!
“The water was actually getting on him, but he wasn’t complaining,” Future said. “Kanye kept it real with me on this one. All the way real, no problems out of Kanye.”
Kanye Sings About Kim’s ‘Trophy’ Family
Watch to the video and read Kanye’s verse below! Then let us know — do you think Kim will like the romantic look and sound (not to mention the super adorable lyrics)?
You the number one trophy wife
So it’s only right to live the trophy life
You grew up on J. Lo, Timberlands by Manolo now
Till one day I put an angel in your ultra sound
I want to dip that ass in gold, I want to dip that ass in gold
I made it over NBA, NFL players
So every time I score it’s like the Super Bowl
Baby, we should hit the south of France
So you could run around without them pants
I put that glacier on your little hand
Now that’s the only thing without a tan
My trophy on that Bound bike, I gave you only pipe
If people don’t hate then it won’t be right
You could look at Kylie, Kendall, Kourtney and Khloe
All your Mama ever made was trophies, right?
— Emily Longeretta