The Life of Pablo, Kanye West, North West

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's kids are getting an early start in the business—kind of.

Both North West, 2, and Saint West, 2 months, are listed as "creative consultants" on their dad's new album, The Life of Pablo. A handful of producers and music executives are credited as creative consultants, too, but Nori and Saint get first billing (naturally).

We're sure the West children inspired 'Ye and his new music, but we're willing to bet they didn't have anything to do with some of The Life of Pablo's controversial lyrics. "Famous," for example, has a catchy beat, but it isn't exactly kid-friendly.

Kanye insists, though, his message has simply been misunderstood. In a series of Twitter rants, he claimed one of the song's perceived targets, Taylor Swift, was actually the one who came up with the lyric. (The singer's rep denied this in a statement to E! News, and Taylor made her feelings pretty clear with her Grammys 2016 acceptance speech for Album of the Year".)

'Ye famously feuded with Taylor in the past, and while they made up years later, it seems the tension between them is back. He might change his tune at some point, though, just like he later did on the time he infamously interrupted Taylor onstage at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

"You know what? I would not want some crazy drunk rock star cutting my daughter off also," he admitted back in 2013 on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM morning show.

"But," he added, "my daughter would 100-percent also be like, 'Yes Beyoncé did have the best video.' That's what my daughter would do!"

Maybe, but from what we've seen, little Nori has a mind of her own! In any case, it's very sweet Kanye found a way to include his and Kim's kids in a project that's clearly near and dear to his heart.

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