Kanye West Releases Music Video Questioning God, Featuring Kim Kardashian

Kanye West recently released the combined visuals to his songs "I Wish You Would" where he speaks about his belief in God with features from Rick Ross and DJ Khaled, along with"Way Too Cold" where his reality television star girlfriend Kim Kardashian makes a cameo appearance.

In the Hype Williams directed music video, 35-year-old West trades raps with Rick Ross in a black and white setting. While viewers do not get to see much of his actual face in the video, they do hear some questions that the rapper has about God.

"(Expletive) getting bust over In God We Trust, We believe in God but do God believe in us," West raps in the video that features shaking effects similar to an earthquake.

West also speaks about not getting a response from a higher power in another part of the song.

"The feds'll question yo (expletive),They be drug testin' yo expletive/And then they pray you don't pass," he raps. "And then you look in the sky,You got some questions to ask/ With no response make you wanna grab the tech and the mac."

After West raps with Ross on the first song, the Williams-directed visuals also featured a video for his release inspired by Kardashian, "Way Too Cold." In the second part of the music video, West is seen holding Kardashian in his arms as she is dressed in heels and a hoodie.

Although she only makes a brief appearance that could be missed with the blink of an eye, Kardashian's name is heard clearly in the song when he raps, "I admit I fell in love with Kim / Around the same time she fell in love with him / Well that's cool baby girl / Do your thing / Lucky I ain't had Jay drop him from the team."

While Kardashian promoted the music video on her Twitter page and website, the 31-year-old reality television star spoke about growing old with her rapper boyfriend in New York Magazine. Kardashian told the publication that she wants to have meaningful conversation with her boyfriend when they grow older and currently do so.

"When this whole life is done, and it's just the two of us sitting somewhere when we're 80, you want to have things to talk about that you have in common," she said. "I think that's something maybe I didn't value as highly as a quality I cared about in someone."