Kanye West's daughter North reportedly loves being in the recording studio with him and is ''obsessed'' with listening to his new tracks.
Kanye West's daughter reportedly loves being in the recording studio with him.
The 'Blood On The Leaves' hitmaker, who is married to reality TV star Kim Kardashian, is currently recording his upcoming album near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and their 13-month-old little girl, North, is ''obsessed'' with listening to his new tracks.
A source told E! News: ''She loves music and is obsessed with hearing it in the studio.''
North is also serving as inspiration for the rapper and spends half her day in the sound booth with him.
The famous family have been staying at Joe Francis' beachside villa for almost two weeks and Kanye, 37, decided to make it a working holiday.
The insider said: ''His whole crew is out there recording. His whole music studio was shipped out. It's been amazing.''
It was recently revealed the couple are also working on having another child.
A source said: ''Kanye wants a boy.''
'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star Kim, 33, previously confessed that North made her want to have ''a million'' children because she is the perfect baby.
She said: ''I've always wanted about six [kids]. After having [North], I would have a million.
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