Paris Hilton Track "Drunk Text," With Video, Hits Web
Stars are Blind? More like an heiress is tone deaf. Talks of Paris Hilton resuscitating her music career started last year, first with reports of her house DJing ambitions and then more details about an album produced by Afrojack. This week, perhaps to Hiltons chagrin, a track called Drunk Text ended up online with a produced video!
Could it be a single from her upcoming album? Although all signs would say so, the heiress spokesperson counteracted with the following statement: "We can confirm that the video leaked today is not part of Paris Hiltons new album. This video was recorded over a year ago. The first single will be out in a few months, we will let everyone know when its due for release."
Critics, so far, have been calling the track a joke. If Afrojack is, indeed, behind this track (lets hope the rising house producer isnt), he likely told the heiress to start talking about her latest drunken escapades, and then set a beat to it. Like any other drunken text, Hiltons lyrics are nonsensical. Only, unlike a painful two-liner, Drunk Text just goes on and on and on. Hear the track and watch the video here:
This upcoming album is Hiltons second grab at a pop career one that failed at the height of her heiress/reality persona popularity. Nevertheless, the former Simple Life star discussed it at the recent Grammys, telling reporters its perfect for clubs or Ibiza this summer. LMFAO and Flo Rida, as well as other artists, apparently, are making guest appearances, and a single is expected to be drop during the next two months.
At the Grammys, however, Afrojack said about Hiltons album: "I'm going to let the music speak for itself."
That statements about as promising as a film not screened for critics before opening night.
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