She’s yet to beat up any paparazzi, call herself God or impregnate a reality TV star, but Tamera Foster has already envisioned the kind of career she’d like to have when she told the Metro that she’d like to be the female version of Kanye West.

The 16-year-old is already off to a good start as she’s been dominating the headlines with details of her life ever since she auditioned for X Factor.

However, Tamera’s ambition to become Ye had more to do with his musicality, as she praised his latest album, Yeezus:

I love Kanye West’s new album and the beats that he puts down, they’re so different and out of the ordinary. I love things like that so I would love to do something like that.

She then went on to say that she hoped to change the face of the female music industry:

I’d want to kind of change up the female music industry. I would do R’n’B and Hip-Hop and that kind of thing and I would want my lyrics to mean something so they could connect with people and help them out in some way.

R’n’B and Hip-Hop? It’ll be the watered down Simon Cowell version if she’s lucky.

But it’s not all about the music, is it? What we really want to see is her ranting on stage and interrupting award acceptances speeches – that’s the Kanye we’ve all really grown to love.