Paris Hilton is readying her sophomore album, which is to be released on Cash Money Records.
Word of Paris Hilton’s second album being released on the label was first revealed in a party report filed from Cannes by Showbizz411′s Roger Friedman this past Sunday, but was confirmed by a tweet from Birdman, which read:
“Welcome@ParisHilton to tha Family.RichgangRichgirl.YMCMB”
Hilton told Friedman that the record will be produced by Afrojack and it will feature Lil Wayne, who is also on Cash Money. Hilton said that the record is “really going to be house music.”
Hilton’s first record, Paris, was released in 2006 by Warner Bros. and sold 198,000 copies in the US.
Before Paris Hilton and now ex-boyfriend Afrojack broke up, Hilton and Lil Wayne recorded a song, “Last Night,” together. The track was produced by Afrojack, so when the split happened the release of this song was scrapped. Instead, Pitbull and Havana Brown released the track, but the original Hilton/Weezy version was leaked last night!
“Last Night” shows Hilton’s best vocals yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s anything to rave about. The song has the typical beat that most house music entails and the lyrics and meaning of the song couldn’t get any simpler, with a chorus going “I can’t believe what I did last night.”
Weezy also raps probably his most simple lyrics ever: “Last night was awesome. Super fuckin’ awesome.”
Could we have done without this leak? Take a listen below…what do you think?
After years of hitting the club dancefloors, Paris Hilton will be taking a different view of the club — the DJ booth!
Hilton will be making her DJ debut on June 23 at the Pop Music Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This heiress will perform a one hour set following performances by Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Lopez.
Over the past few months, Hilton has been no stranger to the international EDM scene, appearing at clubs and festivals from Las Vegas to Ibiza with her boyfriend Afrojack. She traveled with him in Miami this March, appearing in the booth beside him during performances.
Paris has never DJed in public before, but has tried out a career as a dance music artist, releasing songs such as “Stars are Blind,” and “Drunk Text.” Hilton told Billboard:
“I cannot wait to DJ for the first time in front of thousands of people. I have been a part of the music scene and club scene since I was 15. It’s something I have been passionate about and have come to respect very much. I am very excited to share all of my hard work with the world.”
Sources say that her set will contain “custom-made remixes of the best tracks.” This also reportedly won’t be a one time thing. Hilton said, “it is going to be the first of many!”