But uniquely, the reality star celebrated the national holiday on Monday with an adorable video of husband Kanye West honoring the humanitarian and civil rights leader.
Before West, 38, was making chart-topping singles, the rapper was reciting poems in middle school in 1990, proving he's always had strong oratorical abilities.
Kardashian West, 35, proudly shared the vintage footage, which she found via YouTube, on her Instagram and Twitter.
The video of West appears to be an annual dedication as the mother of two also shared the same clip last year for MLK Day. "I wish I posted this yesterday! How cute is my baby!!!!!!!" Kardashian West tweeted in 2015.
"My name is Kanye West, and my poem is ’His Name Is Love,'" the future 21-time Grammy winner began his speech.
Read the full poem below:
A man who fought for freedom
A man who fought for equality
Those who were against him
Were too blind to see
What this man was fighting for
So Blacks, Hispanics, Jews and Asians could put their foot in the door
Yes, we know that this man is great
That’s why today we celebrate and everyone lifts their voice and sing
For a man who wanted freedom to ring
Martin Luther King is who I'm speaking of
A man whose name means love