Kanye West says his daughter North, eight months, inspires everything he does and has totally changed his life.
Kanye West's daughter has ''changed his life''.
The 'Bound 2' singer - who has eight-month-old North with fiancee Kim Kardashian - says the youngster inspires him in everything he does.
Asked if she will inspire his songwriting on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers', he said: ''Yeah, totally. Everything, and my approach to life. It's changed it.''
Though Kanye, 36, insists his future music will be ''kid-friendly'', he insists he isn't going to change completely as he still wants to maintain his artistic integrity.
Discussing whether he will write ''kid-friendly'' tracks, he said: ''I think artistic, intellectual kid-friendly songs. Meaning, like, you go to Europe there's nudity on TV.
''So it's all in the way you're raised and have an understanding and appreciation for what you're looking at, what you're hearing, and why you're hearing it. If you think about the 'Yeezus' album, cursing was definitely necessary. It would be like if you [asked] Quentin Tarantino, 'You going to make G-rated movies?' It's Quentin Tarantino!''
After the host praised Kanye for his ability to drop curse words during his performances on live TV, the rapper laughed and said: ''Dropping cursing is the least of my worries creatively.''
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