Kim and their two sons North and Saint were sitting among the audience, and the latter intended to coordinate her clothes with Kanye’s clothes, as she wore red from head to toe. Then, in some clips that spread on social platforms, it became clear that their children, Chicago and Salem, were also present with their nannies.
The touching song also featured an audio podcast of his late mother Donda, after whom the album is named, saying, “Never give up on your family, no matter the circumstances.”
As evidenced by the lyrics to his song, Kanye is trying hard to “keep the family together”, despite staying on his Wyoming ranch while Kim is staying with the kids in their California home.
A source close to West said, “He respects Kim a lot and wants to keep the family together. Now that they’ve spent time apart, Kim is relieved that they can be friendly and spend time together for the sake of the kids.”
The title of his family-centric track appears to have been a nod to Kim’s Father’s Day post, just four months after filing for divorce after nearly seven years of marriage, with the latter writing: “Happy Father’s Day to all the wonderful fathers in our lives. I love you unconditionally. or condition.
It is reported that Kanye also cried “for two minutes” a few days ago during his new recording party in Las Vegas during the song “Welcome to my Life,” which centers on his turbulent personal life including his divorce from Kardashian, his breakups on Twitter, and his failed attempt to US presidential elections.
A source who attended the listening party said the lyrics of his new song likened his marital home in Calabasas, which he shared with Kim, to “Prison”, where he sings: “Tell the killers I ran from Calabasas.”
Another source stated that the song is “very sad and deep for Kanye, because it narrates the experience of his marriage to Kim” and also talks about their children and mentions that she took everything from him.