Farrah Abraham's latest music video has reminded us that before she was into porn, she totally tried to be a musician. It also reminds us of how terrible she is.
Like, hilariously bad. Her new track "Blowin'" (as in your mind, not James Deen's member) is so far beyond the point of bad that we lack the appropriate words.
You couldn't dream up a spoof of a Farrah Abraham music video that would fail as hard as her actual song, which we suppose makes it awesome in a way.
One might even say it's mind "Blowin'" ... the irony:
Yeah. It's like a legendary joke she's not in on.
Like previous efforts "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom" and "On My Own" (below), Farrah Abraham overuses auto-tune more than parodies of auto-tune.
According to the lyrics, which she uploaded herself, it appears to be a song about being better then [sic] normal and showing them what your [sic] made of.
She's "Blowin'" at grammar, that's for sure.
As for the baffling music video, it features her partying with friends and hanging with daughter Sophia, who is going to be so, so confused in a few years.
Read some lyrical experts from this work of genius after the jump and tell us if you think she might be the worst singer in the history of modern music ...