Most rap stars are content using beautiful, scantily clad, nameless vixens to co-star in their music videos.
But Kanye West is always one to outdo the competition.
For his new video, "Bound 2," which premiered on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Tuesday, the hip-hop mogul features his fiancée and baby's mother Kim Kardashian as his topless female lead, a rap star's dream.
Kim's semi-nude scenes are over-the-top. In some shots, she sits behind Kanye as he rides his motorcycle through the countryside. But for most, she sits facing him as they simulate sex.
Is Kanye comparing Kim and or his relationship with the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star to one of nature's natural beauties?
The video opens with footage of snow-capped mountaintops, green forest landscapes, an eagle soaring into the sunrise, white horses running through the wild and Kim laying atop of a motorcycle with her breasts exposed.
In an interview with Ellen, Kanye explained why he felt Kim was so "awesome."
"She's a person that when I was at my lowest moment, I could get on the phone with her and she made me feel like I was here for a reason and I had something to say," he explained.
While admittedly trying to avoid the "whole jump up and down on the couch moment," Kanye said he also appreciated that Kim had her "own sh-t" and was not a gold digger.
He acknowledged the everyone does not understand their relationship. "People make fun of me for how in love I actually am," he said. "I think people are so cool with their approach to things."
He also doesn't think the nudity and profanity in his works reflect negatively on his parenting style.
"I'm not concerned about the idea of profanity or nudity," he said. "It's more the messaging behind it. [My daughter] is going to be in the real world. She's going to hear things and see things and I think she's going to be prepared for them."
Becoming a father has made him even more passionate about his work. "Just being super focused like even more determined to get these ideas across and established the exact foundation I want for my family."