Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Photo: Kim Kardashian Sparkles at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards on February 13, 2011

If you've been patiently waiting to hear Kim Kardashian's debut single "Turn It Up", you may not have to wait much longer. According to Kim and her producer The-Dream, the single is about three weeks away from hitting the radio airwaves.

"I think we're going to debut it on KIIS with Ryan Seacrest," The-Dream revealed to MTV. "I hope I'm not getting in trouble!"

He also said that Kim skeptics may be surprised that the celebutante actually pulled it off.

"I think in life, there are things you have to get yourself to do, and it's not always about whether you're better than anyone else, it's about what you can put out and pull out of yourself, and she was able to pull something out of herself that a lot of people didn't think that she could," Dream said.

The song's proceeds, The-Dream pointed out, will largely go to charity.

"One of the things that people didn't know about the song is half of the proceeds are going to [support] cancer [research]," he said. "[Kim's] father passed away from cancer, my mother also passed away from cancer when I was 15, so I decided we should give a lot of the money back."

"A lot of people don't know that because they make conversation about the other part," meaning the hype behind the reality star's foray into music.

Kim didn't reveal too much about what we can expect, but she did let us in on what not to expect: Beyoncé.

"I was really honest," she said on the Grammy red carpet. "I'm like, 'You're not gonna get Beyoncé here, you're not gonna get Celine Dion,' and he really pulled something out of me. ... I was just so nervous."

Source: MTV.com