Kanye and his perfect Kim. (Mike Marsland/WireImage)
"[He raps] verses about his search for the perfect woman and how he has now found the 'perfect bitch,'" notes the insider, adding that the lyrics also reference both Kim and Amber's curvy attributes. In addition, the song samples the melody of the 1937 Carl Orff composition "Carmina Burnana," which was used by Nas and Diddy in their 1999 hit "Hate Me Now" as well.
"Perfect Bitch" wasn't the only new tune that West, 35, gave a sneak peek at from his September 4 album, Cruel Summer, that night. With his celeb pals Leonardo DiCaprio and R&B singer Maxwell looking on, he spent 45 minutes behind the DJ booth at PH-D Lounge playing songs from his personal laptop. "The crowd was in awe," adds a source, who says the production style of the tracks was similar to those from his collaboration album with Jay-Z, Watch the Throne. West closed out the preview with "Way Too Cold," which was leaked last month and instantly caused a stir with its lyrics, which took swipes at Kardashian's ex-husband Kris Humphries and how he could have had his buddy Jay-Z fire him from the Brooklyn Nets.
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