Not only is Farrah Abraham a reality personality and "unintentional" porn star, but the 22-year-old mother just become a triple threat of sorts. The former “Teen Mom” just released another song called “Blowin,” which features her 4-year-old daughter Sophia in the music video. She’s been releasing music since 2012 and considers it a “hobby.”

The song is about Abraham essentially being famous for “being herself” and about how she brushes off bullies who try and bring her down. Not a bad message. What seems off is that in some of the video she’s taking selfies and drinking with friends in bars and then in other parts she’s walking hand-in-hand in a park at dusk with her daughter. Aside for the disjointed video, the song is pretty much the same words over and over again and sounds heavily auto tuned with an upbeat tempo.

She let In Touch Weekly exclusively release the song and told that that the song is about not feeling the need for anyone to conform just to fit in. “I think all of the bully types I deal with … who are determined to be against me in my life,” she explained.

“I want others to see they don’t need to be a follower or conform to what others think or do and let them live their lives to their full potential. I feel that to overcome the gravity of the negativity bullies try to portray on others, we really need our own space and focus to leave all of that behind and clear the negativity.”

Apparently there’s a lesson for Sophia to learn from the song, which she also likes to dance to. “I also want my daughter to be better than all the gossip and negative people when she gets older, and Sophia really likes the song and dances to it as much as she can.”

Abraham released an album “My Teenage Dream Ended” as a musical companion to her memoir with the same name. In Touch Weekly wrote that each song went with a chapter from her debut book. But music isn’t what Abraham has her heart set on. Instead she said she’s just in it for fun. “Personally, music is a hobby, not my career move, but I hope others enjoy it as much as my daughter and I do.”

Check out the lyrics here and the video below, which were posted on Abraham's YouTube account:

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