When Farrah Abraham released her single Getting Up From Rock Bottom, reviews were less than kind. To make things worse, this wasn't the kind of situation where people were bashing Farrah solely because they don't like her, but because the song that she released wasn't really that good. Not only is it nearly impossible to make out the words to the song, but the tune is so odd sounding that, even if the lyrics were known, it wouldn't even flow.
Unfortunately, Farrah isn't taking the criticism well and that truly is a shame. She maintains that she can sing and has hope for album saying:
There's going to be lots of criticism everywhere. Most people don't look at as therapeutic. 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. 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. 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. I thought it was a great way to share other emotions through music rather than just reading.
While it may have been therapeutic for Farrah Abraham to record the album, it certainly wasn't therapeutic for fans to listen to! She is a beautiful girl and could excel in modeling or even in cooking (something that she has a knack for). She recently announced that she will be appearing in a children's film so she also has opportunity there. However, she simply doesn't have talent when it comes to singing and she shouldn't take it too personally. We are all given unique gifts, but we aren't always given the ones that we would like to have. Still, it is best to use the talents that we do have to help the world.
What do you think of Farrah's response?
Â© Corrina Jean