The British singer-songwriter - who is Kanye's protégé and signed to his GOOD Music record label - wasn't invited to the couple's lavish wedding in Florence, Italy, last month but plans to present them with a traditional afternoon tea set to remind them of him.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I will buy them something ... something really English. Maybe a Harrods afternoon tea set? That's such a good idea, I'm going to do it.''
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old star - real name Ben Hudson - believes Kanye, 37, has mellowed since embracing family life with Kim, 33, and their 11-month-old daughter North.
He said: ''We all have different phases in our lives. I think he's a lot busier, he's started a family. When I start a family I probably won't be hanging out in the clubs drinking. I'd be like, 'Guys, I've had a great time. I've got to go home and change some nappies.' ''
Mr Hudson has collaborated with drinks brand Smirnoff on their new #SMIRNOFFMIXIT campaign. Linking the ingredients, flavours and methods used to create cocktails to a series of sounds, drum patterns and melodies, Mr Hudson produced a musical interpretation of drinks including the Moscow Mule, Bloody Mary and Caipiroska.
Listen to the tracks by visiting http://bit.ly/1pOrDaQ.
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