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Farrah Abraham's music career is "Blowin'" up ... and thanks to the fact that she allegedly stiffed the guy who helped bolster it, the blowback has begun.

Writer/producer Adam Barta claims he had a deal to share credit and profits from the Farrah Abraham "Blowin'" video ... only she screwed him over hard.

Not like she did James Deen, either. Figuratively.

Farrah released the song by herself out of nowhere, he claims - and the record bears him out in that regard - and is hoarding the profits from "Blowin'".

We know ... there are profits from that thing?!

Adam, who also collaborated with Nadya Suleman (on her music video for "Sexy Party," not the Octomom porn), does not appreciate being lied to.

Apparently he's never met Farrah Abraham.

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Farrah Abraham is "Blowin'" up all over the Internet, thanks to her latest video ... which surprisingly, given the name and her filthy past, is not a sex tape.

Needless to say, the speed with which the Farrah Abraham "Blowin'" video went viral was impressive. Also needless to say? The video is beyond terrible.

The imagery as well as the self-written words made for a truly mind "Blowin'" experience, one which can be summed up best in these seven memes:

Sexuality, Ability
Be better then normal and use your appearance, sexuality and ability to blow their minds.

Say what you will about Farrah (and we'll say plenty), she keeps us talkin'.

The girl certainly has a way of keepin' herself relevant, in her own uniquely bizarre way, even if her grammar is on par with your average fifth grader.

It's impressive how she's overcome obvious intellectual shortcomings and a penchant for pathologically lying, really. You almost have to give her credit.

In the video, the single mom is clad in a billowy dress, holding toddler Sophia in the park, snappin’ selfies with fans at the club and dishin' out wisdom. 

Watch the video for yourself after the jump. It's that unreal ...

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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 ...

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Farrah Abraham may have outdone herself, and we don't mean that in a good way.

We almost feel we owe the Teen Mom star an apology for debating whether her debut single, "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom" was the worst song ever.

Turns out it may not even be the worst song by this one aspiring artist! Our bad!

Overproduced and auto-tuned to an incomprehensible degree, "On My Own" is tough to understand, both visually and audibly. Do so at your own risk.

We don't know Farrah Abraham personally, and we're sure she's a very nice young woman and a good mother. But music may not be an ideal career path.

The video is basically a montage of amateur footage of Farrah and daughter Sophia, who's a real cutie, but the whole thing is bizarre to say the least.

FYI, "On My Own" corresponds to the chapter by the same name in Farrah's memoir, My Teenage Dream Ended. So if you've read it, that's cool maybe.

Tell us: What do you think of Farrah Abraham's song "On My Own"?

 

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We almost feel like we owe Rebecca Black an apology.

After seeing her pawn her daughter off on her parents last night on Teen Mom, it's good to see Farrah Abraham is putting all her free time to good use.

She recently came out with her book, My Teenage Dream Ended, and now, having just wrapped her new album, has leaked a preview of the first song.

“I'm happy again, and this is my song for finding happiness,” Farrah Abraham tells In Touch of the track, titled “Finally Getting up From Rock Bottom.”

A nice sentiment, but from the opening lyrics - Dude (ahhh!) dude (ahhh!) - it's clear the song is beyond terrible / unintentionally hilarious. Listen:

With overproduced vocals, nonsensical lyrics and zero coherence, "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom" makes "Friday" look like Grammy material.

Farrah says the song is about going inside and really digging deep in order to find the strength to climb out of the hole she’d found herself in.

Explains the 21-year-old MTV reality star and mother of Sophia, “After almost wanting to kill myself, I found meaning and happiness within.”

We're certainly glad she was able to search within herself and slay some of her demons. Now she just needs to search for a better career.

What's your take on Farrah's new song ...

 

Farrah Abraham Biography

Farrah Farrah Abraham is the star of Teen Mom and the mother of Sophia Laurent Abraham. Sophia's father (Derek Underwood) was killed in a car... More »
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Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham Quotes

I think having a TV show that shows your personality and your intimate life, you know, showing your best friend, and then showing having sex ... to me it's kind of the same thing because both things are intimate.

[On her DUI arrest] I did not endanger anyone's life.

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