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Kylie Jenner has officially made her musical debut and it’s interesting, to say the least.

Yesterday [Wednesday, May 4] producer Burberry Perry uploaded a track to SoundCloud called “Beautiful Day” from his six-track self-titled EP that features Lil’ Yachty, Justine Skye, Jordyn Woods and Jenner talk-rapping an R-rated version of the theme song of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

The track, which is like listening to a nursery rhyme on lean, opens with Yachty spitting childlike bars like “I got up to take a walk/had a hole in my cashmere sock” you can already tell where this track is going. A simple hook and even more simpler subject matter, there’s not too many good things going on with this track, but what is interesting about the track is the way the it ends.

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At the 2:40 mark you hear Jenner and model Jordyn Woods playing in the booth trying to catch the beat, but at the 3:09 mark is when it turns all bad after one of the two girls starts the hook:

“It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood/beautiful day in the neighborhood/I wish a f*ck n*gga would.”

If the first voice wasn’t Kylie, then the second time it’s said may have been because a seemingly different female voice heavily auto-tuned comes in a repeats the same line before the duo starts singing in unison,”We are so sorry.” It appears the voice singing the “n” word is Justine Skye, but only time will tell.