Kanye West Wants to Dip Kim Kardashian's Ass in Gold on New Future Cut

"On that 'Bound' bike, I gave you only pipe," he raps on the track "I Won"

Future, Kanye West.
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April 8, 2014 9:03 AM ET

Kanye West contributed a few lines to Future's new, Auto-tune-enhanced slow rap "I Won" –  which just came online – and he stole the show, using his space to pay tribute, both romantically and uninhibitedly, to his fiancée, Kim Kardashian. Beyond calling the reality TV star the "number one trophy wife," he repeatedly rapped, "I wanna dip that ass in gold." Referring to his "Bound 2" video – in which the naked Kardashian straddled a motorcycle facing him – he erred toward the lurid: "On that 'Bound' bike, I gave you only pipe/ If people don't hate then it won't be right." 

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He called their daughter, North, an "angel in that ultrasound" and he referred to her engagement ring as a "glacier." He alluded to Kardashian's exes by saying he "made it over" NBA and NFL players, "so every time I score, it's like the Super Bowl." But his most unabashed expression of excitement over his impending nuptials comes out in a line about the Kardashians as a family: "You could look at Kylie, Kendall, Kourtney and Khloé, all your mama ever made was trophies, right?"

Future, who will be releasing "I Won" on his upcoming Honest album, sings about trophies and raps sweet nothings like, "You say that money don't matter. . . Now that ass getting fatter, and I know it's because of me." The single couldn't be farther from the Eighties-rap-inspired "Move That Dope," which featured Pharrell and Pusha T and came out last month. Honest comes out April 22nd.

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