The socialite tweets the October 1 due date of her collaboration with Lil Wayne under Cash Money Records.
After signing up with Birdman's Cash Money Records earlier this year, Paris Hilton is drawing nearer to the debut of her sophomore album's lead single "Good Time" featuring Lil Wayne, exactly as she first hinted on Twitter back in May. Joining the hip-hop superstar-filled record label is part of the 32-year-old celebrity's strategy to revive her music career after a 2006 self-titled debut album.
"October 1st! RT @WEEZYFBABY_FAN: @ParisHilton's new single, #GoodTime feat. @LilTunechi 's drops 10/1 @CashMoney #YMCMB #RichGang #RichGirl," tweeted the hotel heiress. She likewise posted new photos from the set of the music video on her Instagram, with one particular snapshot of her in a blue printed high-cut swimsuit grabbing attention.
With the release of a new single after seven long years, Hilton is excited to be recording again, and just being "really happy to be a part of the Cash Money family." "Music has always been a big passion of mine, but I've just been so busy with everything else. But I've recorded some incredible songs, EDM-influenced, electro-pop, and working with very talented producers," revealed Hilton about her new LP.
As for the highly-teased "Good Time" music video, Hilton says, "The video is epic, it's so sexy and so much fun, I had so much fun shooting it; it's like a crazy, insane pool party, plus so many other beautiful scenes." She adds about the David LaChappelle-inspired, Robin Antin-choreographed visuals, "It's so colorful..I'm so proud of it. I can't wait for everyone to see it."