Hold onto your seats because North West just took the stage by storm, showing everyone she’s got what it takes to be the next big star.

At a special 30th Anniversary concert for Disney’s iconic film The Lion King, North West, daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, played the role of Simba and delivered a passionate performance of the classic song “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King.” TMZ reported that the event is part of a two-day celebration at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, which not only honors the film’s three-decade milestone but also promotes the upcoming live-action movie Mufasa: The Lion King, set for release on December 20.

The crowd was packed with family support. Kanye, Kim, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and Travis Barker were all there, capturing every moment on their phones. Kanye, looking like a proud Mufasa, snapped pictures and took videos, celebrating this ‘circle of life’ moment.

North West has been gaining musical knowledge from her father, especially during the chaotic VULTURES era and contributing memorable vocals and directorial skills for the song ‘TALKING.’ The musical family is reportedly working on her debut album, Elementary School Dropout, but North is not letting that be a distraction. Instead, she’s seizing every opportunity to improve and showcase her talent.

It’s clear that North West is not just soaking up the spotlight but owning it. Whether it’s singing, directing, or performing on stage, she’s proving that the next generation of the West family is ready to shine. What’s your take on North’s performance and her future in music? Sound off in the comments and stay tuned for more updates from the world of music.

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