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Snippet: Kanye West Raps About a Girl in 'White Dress' in New Song

October 11, 2012 (8:39 am) GMT
The brand-new song that sparks rumors that Kanye is keen to exchange wedding vows with Kim Kardashian has got an official preview.
Snippet: Kanye West Raps About a Girl in 'White Dress' in New Song

A preview of 's new song "White Dress", which is reportedly about , has been revealed on 's official website. Without mentioning the reality TV star, he raps about the girl he falls in love with, "You the type of girl that probably deserve a new last name."

"Ain't no denying baby, you have changed/ 'Cause now your high heels clicking/ Your lip gloss glisten, your hips start switchin/ Your p***ed off pimping," the rap mogul continues spitting his verses. " 'Cause even when we're kissing baby girl feel different."

The song was recorded for 's "". On the red carpet of BET Hip-Hop Awards recently, he said, "So that's basically talking about, you know, some of these girls, you know, you want to make a wife out of them. But they got to get it together."

Recalling the process of crafting soundtracks for the movie, RZA told The Huffington Post, "We went back and got some songs from some great artists, like , the , Kanye and the . We got the whole Wu-Tang Clan, and I'm proud of that, because we haven't been on one record in a long time like this. Even GZA's on it, Method Man, everybody."



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