Kim Kardashian has officially unveiled her first foray into music, as the reality TV star premiered her debut single, "Jam (Turn It Up)," on Ryan Seacrest's KISS-FM radio morning show this morning (Mar. 2).
The song relies on a bed of warm synthesizers and vocal harmonies, as Kardashian sings about staying carefree in the club and the desire to "pick out any boy that I want." The-Dream, the song's producer, can be heard backing up Kardashian's airy vocals on the chorus of the track.
Kardashian (who stars alongside her family on E!'s "Keeping Up with the Kardashians") first showcased the song's dance floor appeal when she played the song at a New Year's Eve party at Las Vegas' TAO nightclub. Two months later, "Jam" will soon be available on iTunes, with all proceeds being donated to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, according to a Twitter post by Kardashian today.
Although the TV star has yet to announce any details regarding a full-length release, she is rumored to be working with Kanye West on her debut album after the two were spotted outside of a recording studio in California in December. Meanwhile, a music video for "Jam (Turn It Up)" is forthcoming: Kardashian recently tweeted pictures from the video shoot in which she is sporting a white fur and long braids.