Tiffany Trump’s forgotten pop song, “Like A Bird,” resurfaces across the internet this week. Listen to the auto-tuned pop single here.
Tiffany Trump, like many other teenage girls, aspired to be a pop singer back in 2011. Trump had an upper hand, with her father being “The Donald,” and had some strings pulled to get her in a recording studio to record her first song, “Like A Bird.”
Tiffany’s mother is actress Marla Maples, and although Trumps tended to be bred for the real estate world, Tiffany desired to be more like her mother.
The song is extremely auto-tuned, so it is difficult to decipher if Tiffany even has a talented voice behind all those effects. But the played out melody will probably get stuck in your head for at least the next few hours.
The pop jingle includes lyrics like “Diamonds are so shimmery,” and the ever-so-poetic following example.
“You’re cute and you’re tweeting me / Baby you go, ‘Beep, beep, beep!'”
She recorded the club banger with artists Sprite and Logic.
Though the song inexplicably did not become a hit when it first came out, the internet rediscovered the tune after Tiffany Trump spoke in support of her father, Donald, at the Republican National Convention, the Huffington Post reported.
Vanity Fair recently revealed that Trump talked about his daughter’s, Tiffany’s, dream to become a pop star in a 2011 segment on Oprah Winfrey’s show Where Are They Now?
Tiffany Trump did not grow up with the other Trump children. She is very close with her mother, Marla Maples, because she raised her as practically a single mother on the West Coast.
Tiffany’s song, “Like A Bird,” was the extent of her short-lived music career. It seems that Donald’s daughter had a change of heart and decided that she wanted to attend college before becoming the next Britney Spears.
“I love music, it’s always been a big passion for me. It’s more of a hobby right now, but we’ll see in a couple of years if I actually do want to take it to the next level—to a professional level. But right now my priority is focusing on school and getting into a good college.”
If you really want to, you can still buy Tiffany Trump’s first and only solo outing, “Like A Bird,” on Amazon for $0.99.
The Amazon reviewers are very discordant over the song, with “Like A Bird” receiving anywhere from 1 to 5 stars.
One Amazon reviewer was not amused by Tiffany’s attempt at a pop single.
“Wow… This is pretty horrible even for me, and I liked the Atlanta Housewives “Tardy For The Party” single… Don’t quit your day job, Tiffany.”
Another suggested that Trump reconsider the use of torture in the war on terror after the release of this song.
“Regarding the use of torture in the war on terror, Donald Trump has said that as president ‘I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.’ Clearly, he was thinking ahead when he funded daughter Tiffany’s pop career.”
But this guy, in particular, seemed to really enjoy the song. Even more than his daughter, who he bought the song online for.
“Like any good dad, I pulled out the ol’ pre-paid debit card and plunked down $.99 for the official Tiffany Trump song, “Like a Bird”. Tiffany, with the voice of an angel, sings about partying, livin’ it up (hell yeah), and being free like a bird. I could really relate to that last one, being recently freed from the joint after a sham conviction for operating carnival rides while intoxicated. This song really got me going, and I listened to it probably 50 times before I had to put my shirt back on and go look for Haylee (she was hiding in a dresser). I’ll probably listen to it another 50 times if I’m sober enough after my work shift. 5 STARS for this song! I hope her Dad becomes president and makes this the national anthem.”
Tiffany Trump seems to be taking after her father, Donald, causing quite the reaction out of people; like father like daughter. Tiffany was sure to make her father proud when speaking at the Republican National Convention earlier this week.
It is hard to believe that same girl was trying to make it as a pop star with “Like A Bird” five years ago.
Watch Tiffany’s full speech at the Republican National Convention.
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