Earlier this year, [article id="1659038"]Kim Kardashian[/article] premiered her first-ever single, "Jam (Turn It Up)," produced by The-Dream. The track received much hype, but shortly after its release, everyone kind of forgot about the song and its music video, which has yet to see the light of day. So will it?
When asked whether she thought the video would premiere on the upcoming season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" (there seems to be footage from the clip teased in ads for the show), Kourtney replied, "No, no, no. What was that [footage in the show's commercial]? I think that was a part of her video, maybe. They were there when she was shooting her video."
Kourtney, who was speaking with MTV News on Friday at the John Frieda Destination tour stop in New York, where she and Khloé also [article id="1663867"]dished on Khloé's TV show[/article], added that much like Kim's fans, she has yet to see the Hype Williams-directed video. "I've never seen it. ... I think it's for her eyes only," she said.
Khloé did offer some insight into the footage teased in the ads. "They were filming that behind-the-scenes, but not the whole music video," she said. "But I'm sure you're gonna see [something]. I don't know what they edit into the episodes."
Unlike Kourt, Mrs. Lamar Odom has seen the video. Her review? It's awesome. "I've seen it. It's to die for. Her body is banging, baby. ... The song was for charity; it wasn't for her to have a recording deal. [It was] something she just wanted to be for herself and for fun, so the video she made just for herself," she said. "It was never meant to be played publicly."