Migos isn’t running the rap game — Teen Mom‘s head-grandmother-in-charge is.
“Everybody throw your hands up high if you’ve got your s–t together!” Debra Danielson, mother of the pop culture fixture known as Farrah Abraham, says in the clip, which sees her spitting flames (or something like that) over an uptempo beat.
Danielson, who once accused her daughter of having an “anti-Christ attitude” before landing the slap heard ’round the blogosphere on the long-running reality series, released the clip for the one-off tune, titled “DebzOG,” on Tuesday afternoon.
“It’s Debz OG, bet you think you know me. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Allow me to reintroduce myself,” she flows over the song’s chorus. “Hello, I’m Debra. You’ve seen my face on camera. You see me on your TV. You think you know whatever. It’s more than a mom. Bomb dot com.”
Debz’s track joins her family’s storied history of dabbling in the choral arts, as Abraham memorably released her debut album, My Teenage Dream Ended, in 2012, followed by an EDM single, “Blowin,” in 2014.
The video dropped as a special preview of Danielson’s upcoming television special Being Debra, a Teen Mom special set to air Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.
Watch the “DebzOG” video above.