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Kim Kardashian Drops A Single, Part Of Proceeds Go To Charity

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Here’s the thing, it would be easy (and maybe fun) for me to pass judgment on Kim Kardashian because, well, she gives a lot of options to play with! But the amateur sex tape-turned-reality star-turned- perfume mogul- turned straight to DVD actress, is trying on a new hat and she’s lending her talents and cash to a good cause in the process.

“Jam” is Kim’s first single and also her first attempt at breaking into the music world. It debuted yesterday on Ryan Seacrest‘s morning radio show, after which she blogged about the experience.

“I can’t believe it’s finally released!” she wrote. “This was definitely something that was out of my comfort zone, but I’m so glad that I met with The Dream and that we worked on this project together. It was really an amazing experience recording in the studio and filming the music video and I can’t wait for you all to see the video.”

She then added, “You can buy Jam on iTunes now! A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the song will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.”

We love supporting St. Jude’s, as it is such an important organization, so we’re glad to see that Kim is doing her part to raise awareness and much needed financial support.

The interview with Seacrest, along with the song can be found here… What do you all think? Will this be Kim’s new career?

Via Look to the Stars

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