Kim Kardashian “Honored” By Kanye West’s “Perfect B*tch”

Kim Kardashian Hosts Midori Beachside Bash

Nothing screams romance in rap like a song describing one’s significant other as their “perfect bitch.”

As the very open relationship between Kanye West and Kim Kardashain moves forward, the couple have now turned to music to profess their love for each other and even more passion for the headlines said love accumulate.

The New York Daily News’ Gate Crashers column has the word on some of the new music Kanye showed off at an NYC club:

West quickly ventured to the deejay booth only to return to the VIP table to grab his laptop. The source says “the crowd was in awe” when they realized West was about to take control of the music.

For the next 45 minutes, our source says the 35-year-old rapper played a number of new tracks that sampled other music and included “a similar production style (to the one) he used on his wildly successful album with Jay-Z last summer, “Watch the Throne.”

But the standout track of the night, according to our insider at the club and a source close to the mercurial rapper, was a song that included the chorus “My perfect bitch.” Our second source says the song is about his current and former girlfriend. “(He raps) verses about his search for the perfect woman and how he has now found the “perfect bitch,’ ” says the insider, adding that there are a number of descriptions in the song that reflect the looks of the curvalicious Kardashian and Rose. “The crowd was on their feet,” says the first source.

Kim says she is quite flattered by the song:

Kim is telling friends, "I’m honored. I love it," adding, "I know he doesn’t mean it in a negative way when he says the word ‘bitch.’"

Yesterday, Kayne tweeted, "I wrote the song ‘Perfect Bitch’ about Kim." Interestingly, the tweet was later deleted.

But Kim feels great about it, saying, "The song talks about how he was with so many other girls but could never find the right one until he met me."

Kanye better deliver. “Ain’t No N*gga” is a really hard song to best in sweet, sweet sentiment.

— Michael Arceneaux

(The views contained herein are solely the views of their respective authors, and do not express the views of TV One. TV One does not take responsibility for their content.)