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Kim Kardashian’s New Single (Listen Here)!

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Kim Kardashian has become the latest reality TV star to branch out into the music business. Her debut music single premiered on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show yesterday. The US model and reality TV star premiered her debut single, “Jam (Turn It Up)” and revealed how she hopes it will raise money for charity.

The-dream has produced the song, which includes such mind-blowing lyrics as “And they playin’ my jam, they playin’ my jam, turn it up, turn it up DJ, turn it up, so I can rock the night away”. Maybe repetitive is good, though. Kim Kardashian (30) said that when the song was played in a Las Vegas club, “the whole crowd was singing along in the end”.

So can we expect a full album of songs sung by Kardashian? When Seacrest put this to her on the show, she responded, not quite appropriately for the way he phrased his question: “Absolutely nothing. Just have fun”.
However, there is another, very good reason for the single’s release. Proceeds from the sales of the song on iTunes will go to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

“This was just a fun new experience! I am so glad I went for it!” an excited Kim Kardashian said.

And if it raises some money for a good cause, who are we to be critical? “Jam (Turn It Up)” will receive more air play on Sunday’s episode of ‘Kourtney and Kim Take Manhattan” (March 6, 2011).

MTV News described it as a “loopy, auto-tuned, club-banging party jam”. Is that good? Did you hear it? Check it out:

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