The G.O.O.D. Music ambassador would hit the honey pot of World Wide Web viral infamy by not only covering the YouTube hit—which has been viewed 42 million-plus times—but by doing their own crazy video they could even break the InternetS. Word to Dallas Penn! Kim K's hind parts, in hindsight, have been the engine powering the whole Kardashian crew. So, with Yeezy dropping superficial lines in front of his new booski's behind, in a video directed by well-known assologist Director X, you have the makings of a star-powered couple that could make people forget all about you-know-who!
Jay-Z and Beyonce "Deja Vu"
If B.I.G.'s brother is Yeezy's big brother, and Bey's his big sister, then no one in the Roc Nation family tree should have a problem with "Kimye" covering one of the Carter's biggest collaborative hit. Removing the bounce from the cut, Yeezy can go all My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy on it by mixing in some dubstep for added global appeal. With reality TV's cash queen on his arm, it'd be hard not to imagine these two dropping some braggadocios lines about having the finest things in life—twice.
Rick James & Teena Marie "Fire & Desire"
As much as everyone was expecting Kim K to belt out falsetto lyrics alongside The Dream during their (failed) collaboration, being with Air Yeezy surely has its perks, namely autotune! Completely throwing out the rulebook and aiming for the essence of the track, Ye' can don the producers hat and add some Armenian 808's and Heartbreak-type soul to the classic Rick James and Teena Marie cut.
Ice Cube and Yo-Yo "You Can't Play With My Yo-Yo"
Appropriately renamed "You Can't Play With My Kim K" (The Kris Humphries Diss Song), "Kimye" can take turns trading verbal jabs at the apparent ire of their conjoined displeasure. It's no secret that Yeezy is heading back to the trap with appearances alongside 2 Chainz and Chief Keef, so adding DJ Toomp's brooding bassline to Ye's ever-evolving sound could make Brooklyn Nets' owner Mikhail Prokhorov reconsider dropping Lil' Kim's ex-boo from the team. For argument's sake, just hearing Kim rhyme, "Check the booty, yo it's kinda soft and/If you touch it, you livin' in a coffin" would be worth the price of admission alone.
Peaches and Herb "Reunited"
What's the one thing that Kim Kardashian needs that Kanye has yet to provide? No, not a tripped-out sex tape. A huge crossover smash hit. By taking Peaches & Herb's 1978 classic tune, adding a few bells and whistles, and creating a viral campaign surrounded by "reuniting" the world around the idea of free love—Yeezy just might be able to get his boo thang to climax without even taking her clothes off.