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As evidenced by the reveal of North West last week, Kanye West is the father of an adorable, healthy baby girl.

But that doesn't mean the artist is suddenly in a bright and shiny mood.

Kanye took to the MTV Vide Music Awards stage last night for a very dark rendition of "Blood on the Leaves," a track off the album "Yeezus."

With the act, the 36-year old tied Madonna for most performances in show history - and he did so without cutting off Taylor Swift or any winner this year! West has come so far.

Watch him do his unique thing now:

We know how Kim Kardashian felt about her man on stage, Tweeting soon afterward:

“Best performance of the night @kanyewest !!!!!!!!!”

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Apparently Kanye West and his "Perfect Bitch" can actually do something aside from pose for the paparazzi.

In a new spot for the MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye and Kim Kardashian are actually seen interacting for the first time (for marketing purposes, of course), as they appear opposite comedian/event host Kevin Hart. The subject of the commercial?

Threesomes and couple nicknames, of course. Topics very close to Kim's heart.

Watch now and learn what moniker Hart wants to give the three, along with the way in which the conversation somehow turns to white hoods and KKK. Does this make you want to watch the VMAs on September 6? Or bludgeon your TV screen with a sledge hammer?

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It was billed as a surprise performance, but word leaked out well ahead of time.

Still, the crowd went crazy at last night's MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye West and new father-to-be (!!!!!!!!!!) Jay-Z took to the stage for a rendition of "Otis." Off their mega-hit album "Watch the Throne," the single features each artist doing his talented thing.

Watch for yourself:

Among other VMA performance clips, watch a tribute to Britney Spears NOW and a strange opening from Lady Gaga HERE.

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Was this the song written for Taylor Swift?

At last night's MTV Video Awards, Kanye West introduced "Runaway" to the crowd, a single that started with the rapper going solo on a synthesizer before chanting: "You've been putting up with my s–– for way too long."

A week prior to the event, in an effort to apologize for last year's VMA catastrophe, West said he had penned a song for Swift. It's unclear if this was actually it, as subsequent lyrics included:

"Let's have a toast for the douchebags. Let's have a toast for the a------s. Let's have a toast for the scumbags. Let's have a toast for the jerkoffs. Baby, I got a plan. Runaway fast as you can."

Listen to Kanye's "Runaway" below and then compare it to Taylor's "Innocent," which also premiered at the ceremony and which was likely meant as a response to West. What an unexpected rivalry/friendship, huh?

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