"I only got two words in my mind so far, as far as ideas for the wedding go. That's fighter jets," Yeezy told Power 106 on Monday (October 28) about the wedding.
"It's probably— it's gonna be next summer," he said with a slight stutter.
During the two-hour radio interview, streamed live online, Yeezy opened up fashion, music, his Yeezus Tour and his relationship with Kim.
"I wanted to marry that girl from the first time I saw her, and I just had to wait through a bunch of relationships to finally get my chance," he said, dodging direct questions about Kim's ex-husband Kris Humphries.
Yeezy said that his grand proposal at San Francisco's AT&T Park last week wasn't much of a surprise for his future bride. "I think Kim just knows everything," he said with a chuckle. "She knew I was eventually gonna ask her to marry me, I just had to get that ring right."
Ever the perfectionist, 'Ye had designer Lorraine Schwartz tinker with the 15-carat diamond ring up until the last minute. "I worked with four different jewelers; three rings were made; only one actually hit the finger with Lorraine," he revealed. "She came through. And the ring I actually changed it the night before, that ring was less than four hours old by the time I gave it to her."
Kanye joked with radio host Big Boy about whether he will be invited to the ceremony, but did say that everyone may get a chance to see the couple tie the knot on television — for the right price.
"I would take as much as possible," he said of any possible network offers. "What's official for everybody in this room and everybody on this globe right now is them bills. If you can help out with those bills, because you know me and Kim are in the exploitation business. We get paid to exploit ourselves. I'ma give my daughter the opportunity to choose when she wants to be exploited. That's the reason we didn't take any money for any baby pictures."