Paris Hilton Tackling 'Whole New Genre' On Next Album
Hilton is working with Afrojack and childhood friends LMFAO for her sophomore record.
Paris Hilton famously declared that "Stars are Blind" on her 2006 single. Now, she's hoping to recapture some of that musical magic on the follow-up to her self-titled debut.
"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," she teased. "I was just in the studio with RedFoo the other night, so we're going to be doing my new single with LMFAO."
Noting that she grew up singing in the choir and can also play violin, piano and guitar, Paris defends her choice to record another album. "I think a lot of people don't know that music is my passion since I was a little girl," she said. "I'm very musically talented. This is more my thing [musically on this album], more of a club scene, more dance. ... The single's done; it's in the can. That's probably going to be out [within] the next month or two."
"It's like a song. Now, I can hold a note for a long time. - Actually, I can hold a note forever. - But eventually, that's just noise. It's the change we're listening for. The note coming after and the one after that. That's what makes it music."
--Lorne; Happy Anniversary; Angel the Series
Umm, how? I don't see her bull******** about how this is the album of the generation.
No need to say it. It's obviously going to be the album of the decade, generation, century and millennium.
Kylie - Marina - Madonna - G.R.L. - Michael
"I am a millennial. Generation Y. Born between the birth of AIDS and 9/11, give or take. They call us the global generation. We are known for our entitlement and narcissism. Some say it's because we're the first generation where every kid gets a trophy just for showing up. Others think it's because social media allows us to post every time we fart or have a sandwich for all the world to see. But it seems our one, defining trait is a numbness to the world. An indifference to suffering."