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Tiffany Trump Recorded a Pop Song in 2011

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Tiffany Trump prepares for her speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 19, 2016. 

Music (and its misuse) has been a recurring theme at the 2016 RNC. It turns out one of the Trumps made her own music in years past. 

Tiffany Trump, the 22-year-old daughter of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and his second wife Marla Maples, stepped out of the shadows of her famous family to give a maiden speech at the convention. She should have been comfortable at the mic; Tiffany had a fleeting pop career in her teens. 

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Though the recent college graduate never quite took flight as a singer, she did release a single, 2011’s "Like a Bird," featuring Sprite & Logic.

The heavily autotuned electro-pop track has nothing to do with Nelly Furtado’s 2000 song of the same name. The two tracks could never be confused. "I see you like that spot above/Crawling through the liquid love/You're cute and you're tweeting me/Baby you go 'beep beep beep," Trump sings. 

Trump's track is is available for 99 cents on Amazon and iTunes and can be heard below.