Paris Hilton Music
Paris Hilton "Come Alive" Music Video: Released, Utterly Ridiculous!
Paris Hilton has come out with the official music video for "Come Alive."
It features rainbow. And a unicorn. Many blooming flowers. And the socialite wearing angel wings, a flower crown and a great deal of sequins.
Paris Hilton Releases New Track: Listen, Cringe Now!
Paris Hilton is making another attempt to be relevant again.
And, tragically, it involves her singing.
Paris Hilton "Good Time" Video Released, Lil Wayne in the Heezy!
Paris Hilton's music video for her new song “Good Time” featuring Lil Wayne has dropped. And it's ... not as bad as you might think a Paris Hilton song is.
To celebrity gossip fans who started reading celebrity gossip after 2008, Paris Hilton was Kim Kardashian before Kim Kardashian was Kim Kardashian.
Paris Hilton, Lil Wayne Tease New Single: All She Know is S--k, F--k!
Paris Hilton is teasing a sample of her new song with Lil Wayne (yes, this exists), and it contains some lyrical brilliance that must be heard to be believed.
The track, called, "Good Times," features Weezy rapping about some very good times with an unnamed female. Maybe it's Hilton herself. Who can say.
Lil Wayne-Paris Hilton Duet: Last Night ...
Lil Wayne wants to spend a night in Paris, or tell us about the night he just spent there. It's unclear, but you gotta hear this new track he recorded with Paris Hilton (seriously).
Paris hopes to feature this on an upcoming album, and on it, Weezy raps and references the Paris Hilton sex tape, which put her on the map back in aught three:
Paris Hilton Gets "Drunk Text" On: Listen, ROFL Now!
What do you get when you combine a bored, former A-list socialite with insightful tales of cell phone indiscretion and below-average techno beats?
A song and music video that must be heard/seen to be believed.
Paris Hilton "Drunk Text" Video: Released, Removed From YouTube!
Paris Hilton is back! Or was ... if only for a few hours!
The ho-tel heiress' new single, "Drunk Text," was briefly leaked online today before being yanked off of YouTube within hours. What's it about, you ask?