Kim Kardashian Shoots Video with Kanye West

The-Dream will collaborate with the reality star on her first foray into music

December 30, 2010 3:00 PM ET
Kim Kardashian Shoots Video with Kanye West
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Kim Kardashian may be best known for her modeling and reality television series — but soon she could end up scoring a pop hit, if the caliber of the talent she has teamed up with for her debut single is any indication.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star filmed a video for her forthcoming record with Kanye West in Los Angeles yesterday. The clip, directed by legendary hip-hop video director Hype Williams, will probably be released sometime in next year.

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It is unknown whether Kanye provided a guest rap on Kardashian’s single, or if he was simply a guest star in the video. The song is likely to be co-written and produced by The-Dream, who is attached as a producer for the entire album.

Kim Kardashian Locks Down Kanye for Music Video [TMZ]

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