Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has joined the ranks of reality stars with music videos -- although this one is a little different.
The 28-year-old dropped her first music video on Wednesday, demonstrating quite a departure from her Jersey Shore ways. In the video, titled "Yung Mommy," Polizzi raps about motherhood.
The lyrics to Snooki's new track aren't on online yet, but we'll provide a little preview.
"Yo, yo! It's Yung Mommy on the track! You're not ready for this one!" Snooki begins the song. Truer words have not been spoken.
"I used to be so wild, I was the life of the party. Now I'm all grown up, so instead they call me Mommy," she raps. "Late nights getting rappers with JWoww, Sammi and Ronnnie -- all these dudes were hopeless, but then I met Gianni."
"It's all love, because I'm a proud mama. Shout out my son and daughter, Lorenzo and Giovanna," Snooki sings before getting to the chorus, which consists of a lot of "ooos," and what looks to be a Cher impression.
Watch the whole thing below.
To be fair, the mother of two isn’t hoping for a career in music.
"I've decided to be an ass and record a song about my life and being a mom and shoot this fun and hysterical music video to go along with it," she explained on Instagram. "I hope I win a Grammy for this one."
Polizzi is clearly having fun sharing her experiences with motherhood. In fact, the former "meatball" talks about the topic often, in her YouTube series with JWoww, Moms With Attitude.
The former Jersey Shore stars recently sat down with Jenny McCarthy on a special Mother's Day episode of the series, where they received some pretty bizarre parenting advice.
See more in the video below.