Kim Kardashian Turns It Up!

Kim Kardashian's song Jam (Turn It Up) debuted Wednesday on Ryan Seacrest's radio show. Listen here first!

Kim Kardashian's song made its debut this morning on Ryan Seacrest's radio show and one thing's for certain: She knows all about self-promotion.

Kim Kardashian's song debuts on Ryan Seacrest

"I am so excited for you all to hear my song," Kardashian tweeted Monday. "I'm going to start sharing all my pics from the music video shoot."

The auto-tuned song – titled Jam (Turn It Up) – doesn't really show off a strong Kardashian singing voice, but we weren't really expecting Celine Dion.

"[The Dream said] let's just have fun. Let's donate the proceeds, let's just have fun with it. Don't take yourself seriously, try something you've never done before," Kardashian said.

"[The-Dream and I] just had a good time, and the proceeds are going to a cancer organization [because we both] lost a parent to cancer. So it's just fun," she told MTV earlier this week. The organization is reportedly St. Jude's Children's Hospital.

We like that Kardashian isn't taking her musical career too seriously – if anything, it's more of a promotion for her E! reality show Kourtney and Kim Take New York than a serious attempt at musical stardom. Of course, we love that she's giving away the sales proceeds too – she really doesn't need the cash, after all.

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Comments on "Kim Kardashian's new song debuts on Ryan Seacrest"

Laura Bolton May 31, 2011 | 6:50 PM

IDK. It's not her. Her voice is to soft for the beat. She has a pretty voice but I don't think this song fits her. I love everything else she does except this song.

crystal March 03, 2011 | 5:56 PM

This sucks!!! Turn it offf ...

edward March 02, 2011 | 2:47 PM

This is what is wrong with America, when someone that only claim to fame is a video and not a good one at best makes her a "realty star" we need to focus on more constructive and usefull things to help America become great again.

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