Kim and Kanye's daughter North West listens to iPod every day

Kim Kardashian West, North West and Kanye West
Kim Kardashian West, North West and Kanye West

KIM Kardashian West's daughter listens to music every day.

The 34-year-old reality TV star admits 16-month-old North is starting to take after her rapper father Kanye West, 37, because she listens to her iPod, which is filled with tracks from a variety of genres, from the moment she wakes up right through until bed time.

Kim explained to "I put on these lullabies for her. I put on pop music, Kanye's music. I have a whole iPod with everything all set up for her.

"Every day, from when we wake up, there's music on.

When we're playing, when we go on our walk, every day there's music on.

I have a little Beats speaker, so we listen to music loud on our walks."

However, sometimes the cute toddler is lucky enough to get a live performance from her dad.

She said: "There are nights I force him [Kanye] to put her to sleep. There's those nights when you're exhausted and need a change of scenery, so I'll say, 'Dad, it's your night.' I'll listen by the door to make sure everything is going okay."

Meanwhile, North has spent a lot of time in the studio with the 'Bound 2' hitmaker over the past year and is "obsessed" with listening to his new tracks.

A source said previously: "She loves music and is obsessed with hearing it in the studio."

Topics:  celebrity entertainment kanye west kim kardashian west north west

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