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North West gives first-ever on-camera interview ahead of debut album

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10-year-old North West now seems to be all grown up, having given what’s believed to be her first-ever on-camera interview after announcing her debut album.

The preteen — best known for being the eldest child of reality star Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West — appeared on Rolling Loud California’s livestream following a performance at the festival Friday night with her controversial father.

Donning a massive fur hat and a shirt promoting her dad’s new “Vultures” album, North was asked by 13-year-old Brooklyn-based influencer Jazlyn about her own upcoming project, which she revealed last weekend.

“It’s gonna be great,” North said of “Elementary School Dropout,” a nod to her dad’s Grammy-winning 2004 debut, “The College Dropout.”

Asked when the album will be released, North said she didn’t know, though she did tease it could feature a collaboration with her dad.

“Maybe! We don’t know yet!” she said coyly, demonstrating that her famous family’s media training has already kicked in.

Earlier in March, at a listening party for “Vultures,” North excitedly announced to the crowd that she’s been working on an album of her own.

She gave fans a sneak peek at her talents last month when she made her rapping debut on “Vultures” track “Talking,” for which she also appears in the music video.

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