Kanye West's love for fiancee Kim Kardashian has been well-documented -- but in case it wasn't clear enough, there's another song about it.
West is featured on rapper Future's latest track, "I Won," which is featured on his upcoming album titled "Honest." Audio of the track can be heard here (Warning: contains expletives).
In the song, Future, who is engaged to and expecting a child with pop singer Ciara, raps about a woman that makes him feel like a champion. West appears during the song's bridge, where he refers to Kardashian as his No. 1 trophy wife, alludes to his child, North and even name-checks her sisters.
"You grew up on J. Lo, Timberlands by Manolo now / 'til one day I put an angel in your ultrasound," West raps. He goes on to rap, "You could look at Kyle, Kendall, Kourtney and Khloe. All your mama ever made was trophies, right?"
This is not the first time West has mentioned Kardashian in a song. In 2012, he released a song called "Theraflu," where West admits to falling in love with the "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" star around the time she began dating her now ex-husband Kris Humphries. Additionally, West mentions Kardashian in Jamie Foxx's 2009 song "Digital Girl."
Recently, both Kardashian and West graced the cover of Vogue magazine, which was the subject of much Internet controversy. Additionally, the are planning their wedding, with reports speculating that it will be held in Paris in May 2014.
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