Farrah Abraham Responds to the Haters Slamming Her Song: “It Was Therapeutic”
Farrah Abraham'snew single just hit the interwebs, and while we think it's a tour de force of triumphant techno, peeps are less than impressed. Farrah's voice is barely recognizable because of intense vocoder, and the lyrics aren't exactly poetic. Then again, the song is totally danceable, and we were fist-pumping along the whole time!
So what does Farrah think of the criticism about her debut single, "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom"?
"Most people don’t look at it as therapeutic," Farrah explains to Ology. "To me, that was therapeutic. It was also another way for me to express myself. I’m an artist, I’m an entrepreneur. I love to dive in and experience new things now in a positive way."
If you aren't a fan of Farrah's song, fear not. You'll have plenty of opportunity to revamp your opinion when the rest of her album drops.
"I have to say that they’ve only heard one song, but then they haven't heard all of the songs that go with the book," Farrah says.
"It is a book track. It is not like a Kanye West soundtrack or an album. The titles of those songs match 10 of the titles in the book, and those are the most important, I would say, times in my life as a teenager, and I thought it was really cool to have the opportunity to record my book because lots of teenagers, myself included, like music sometimes over book reading."
Wait — ten more songs? We couldn't be more excited!