Paris Hilton Recording New Album With LMFAO & Afrojack
Remember when Paris Hilton recorded an album? Remember that breathy single 'Stars Are Blind' (I almost wrote 'Stars Are Blonde' — Freudian slip)? Well, the heiress is back in the studio and has promised us all a second album due out in the next few months...
Remember when Paris Hilton recorded an album? Remember that breathy single 'Stars Are Blind' (I almost wrote 'Stars Are Blonde' — Freudian slip)? Well, the heiress is back in the studio and has promised us all a second album due out in the next few months! If you were a fan of her previous album, you're probably a #ParisFan4Life and will love anything she does, but if you weren't such a fan of Paris (the album) then you might be in for a pleasant surprise with this new release. Paris said about the album, "It's completely different from my last album. I'm going with a whole new genre. I have Afrojack executive-producing the entire album. So we've just been coming up with the most incredible tracks."
Paris has been tweeting about her recording sessions recently and she seems super excited:
She also hinted at a collaboration with LMFAO in an interview with MTV, saying "I was just in the studio with RedFoo the other night, so we're going to be doing my new single with LMFAO." We can only imagine what kind of crazy tracks the ultimate party-girl and the ultimate party-rockers will come up with together.
The first single is set to come out in the next two months and the album will follow shortly after. Are you excited for the release? Do you think it will get Paris back in the spotlight (her last album was released 6 YEARS AGO)?
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