Well, I finally stumbled across a free listen of the song. With nothing better to do, I decided to listen to it. This is why this isn't a Snap Judgment. This isn't speculation about what the finished product will be like, I have actually experienced the finished product.
The song is completely generic. I mean, there's no real personality behind it. Dance music fans will recall a group from about 2000 called Da Buzz. If you listened to one song by them, they were pretty good. But each song on their album Da Sound sounded similar, like variations on a theme. This is not a crime, you just want greater variations on the theme (DJ Peas did great on Filters, where you can hear similarities but each sound is its own entity, and Love Stuck Haze is one of my all time favorite chill bits).
Jam's lyrics are your general "I'm going to the club and dance, I really like the song the DJ is playing" song. It's trying to be a faster "Starry Eyed Surprise", but the lyrics don't even go further than telling what she's doing or what she wants. There's no further information, like what she feels or what she's experiencing, just her "go(ing) to work like I'm paying my bills". That's not quite the awesome metaphor she thinks it is.
Kardashian's voice has been autotuned. Well, what voice is there. I don't think she varies more than maaaaaybe five notes. There's a distinct "speaking" component to her singing. Like the lyrics, the vocals are pretty incidental. You remove them, you won't really notice. The music sounds like the kind of thing I banged out during the tutorial for Cakewalk.
Simply put, Kardashian's song sounds like it belongs on a CD of music DJ's use to mix, it does not stand on its own. When you make Paris Hilton's album seem better in comparison, you're doing something wrong.