May 06, 2016 05:10 AM EDT

Kylie Jenner Tries Rapping; 'KUWTK' Star Featured In New Track By Burberry Perry

Kylie Jenner may soon be dominating the music industry. The 18-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star has recently been featured in Burberry Perry's new track.

Billboard reported that producer Burberry Perry has uploaded a track entitled "Beautiful Day" on SoundCloud last Wednesday. This was from his six-track self-titled EP.

The track featured rapper Lil Yachty as well as Kylie Jenner and her friends, Justine Skye and Jordyn Woods. The song is an R-rated version of the theme song for "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."

The song opened with Lil Yachty singing to the tune of the theme song. The voices of Kylie Jenner and friends Justine Skye and Jordyn Woods can be heard from the 2:40 mark of the song.

"We're gonna be serious about this, Jordyn, Jordie, Jordyn, come on!" Jenner said in the song. Us Weekly described the girls as having "very auto-tuned voices."

Apparently, the song garnered negative feedback. Kylie Jenner was slammed for allegedly using the N-word in the track. However, her friends Jordyn and Justine took the blame for the offensive lyrics.

"Why do some of y'all take life so seriously," Jordyn tweeted. "Stop being mad at the world and take a joke."

"Girl that's me and Justine," she said in another tweet. "Kylie added one ad-lib. Lol."

According to USA Today, Kylie Jenner's venture to music is "inevitable." The 18-year-old "KUWTK" star is currently dating rapper Tyga. She also has Kanye West for a brother-in-law, so there's that.

Kylie Jenner appeared on Tyga's music video for "Stimulated." It was released last Aug. 2015, a few days after the Lip Kit mogul turned 18. There were speculations that Tyga wrote the song about his lady love and their controversial love story.

"They say she's young, I should've waited," the lyrics to the song said. "She's a big girl, dawg, when she's stimulated."

Back in 2011, Kim Kardashian also dabbled into music with her song "Jam (Turn It Up)." She then told Andy Cohen in 2014 that she regretted the track and music video.

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