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Has Kim Kardashian’s Jam Hit a Sour Note?

Posted by on March 8, 2011 at 3:02 PM EST

kim kardashian musicHas Kim Kardashian’s latest single Jam hit a sour note?

Kim Kardashian last week debuted her first single, Jam, turning her from reality star to singer. The track is called Jam (Turn it Up), and was released online. But maybe Kim should stick to other disciplines (like modelling) instead of hitting the studio again anytime soon, because the starlet apparently pulled a bit of a temper tantrum as she “stormed” out of the recording studio before finishing the song.

Ultimately, Kim Kardashian was happy with the finished product. After all, we live in a digital age that can make a croaking crow sound like a cooing canary through the miracles of auto-tune and digitalization. Unluckily for Kim, it’s more difficult to gloss over unattractive behavior.

Kim has spoken about the incident, and admits that she could have been classier. She says, “I’m human…this is definitely something that I don’t do. I needed to step outside my comfort zone. This is a really big deal.”

We are indeed all human, and thus prone to make mistakes, and it’s cool that Kim Kardashian has addressed what happened in relatable terms. But after listening to the song, I’m a bit perplexed about why Kim was satisfied with the final result…You can see what went down on the latest episode of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, and feel free to listen to Kim’s “creation” below.



(1) Reader Comment

  1. The music is mediocre at best, the lyrics sound like my 6 year old niece wrote them
    while playing hop scotch; “turn it up, turn it up, turn it up DJ”. Just because you throw the word DJ into the mix does not mean people in the club are too drunk to notice that this song is not worthy to dance to. The “vocals” are so hoke, so inanimate she sounds like a depressed robot. Money must have been tight for The Dream these days so he set his sights on a rich egomaniac. Kim Kardashian could have paid someone to sing for her and it would have been cheaper than paying an engineer to auto-tune every note she sang.

    If you are at all interested in what a Borg would sound like singing over a “phat dance track” take a listen.

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