”Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham is trying her hand at music again and just released the awful new music video for her single “Blowin.”
Her “haters” are hating her new video.
Since leaving ”Teen Mom,” Farrah Abraham has lead an interesting life. She experimented in being an Adult Film star and has tried her hand in music. Now she’s back trying to yet again break into the music scene. This time around she’s made a music video to address all of her “haters.” As of March 19, her new music video for “Blowin” has received 17,160 downvotes and 968 upvotes on YouTube. It’s safe to say that people hate this video.
Why is this video so bad?
First of all, the song is way overproduced. You can barely understand what Abraham is saying, which is probably why the lyrics are provided in the description below the music video. The backing music isn’t too bad but doesn’t match the vocals at all. The vocals feel like they were generated by a computer. The timing and they way Abraham delivers the lines sound so edited you wonder if she was really singing or was really recorded just talking, and then producers editing so much after the fact to give the illusion that she’s singing. The overall sound quality of the vocals are so bad, you wonder if they were purposely made to sound like that so we wouldn’t hear Abraham’s real singing voice.
Other issues with the video deal with the fact that she’s seen partying at a club and then walking with her 5-year-old daughter, Sophia. This isn’t good parenting to be seen partying in a music video with mixed in shots of walking with your daughter. The lyrics discuss being a celebrity and “blowin” all the bullies away but the way the lines are presented you can’t help but think they are a double entendre. It’s not kid friendly at all, but Abraham tries to argue that the music video is supposed to be sending out a positive message.
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Extreme backlash can already be seen in the comment section for the music video. Some comments make reference to Rebecca Black’s “Friday” music video, which was notorious for being so bad that it became widely popular. Is this Abraham’s motive? Was she trying to make a horrible music video to garner more attention? One can’t help but wonder that most “celebrities” would rather produce awful music videos like Abraham’s for the sake of views than spend quality time producing well made ones that might not get noticed otherwise.