Paris' music career is rocketing to the top thanks to her album "Stars Are Blind"
The music work of Paris Hilton, "Stars Are Blind", surprisingly scores great in the industry. The hotel heiress, apparently, really knows what best of her.
"Stars Are Blind," the first musical effort from Paris, keeps rocketing to the top, dominating airplay at the biggest urban radio stations and all over the online music firmament, prompting widespread downloading.
Just for you to notice, the set reportedly already becomes the most requested song at Los Angeles' KIIS-FM and at New York's Z100, typically the highest-rated pop station in the city, after just four week of release.
"Stars", moreover, also is the most downloaded song at Yahoo! Music and number six at the Apple iTunes Music Store, putting it ahead of such acts as Rihanna and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
On top of that, the video for the song, in which Paris does an somewhat tepid and highly parody-ready impression of Helena Christensen in Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game," has become an Internet phenomenon, garnering more than a million and a half plays on YouTube and millions more on MTV.com.