Paris Hilton To (Dis)Grace The World With Another Musical Album

One day, American heiress Paris Hilton woke up and decided to release an album. Being an heiress, which allows her to pay her way out of the normal sacrifices people go through to follow their dreams into a career in the arts, she made an album. Naturally,  it was self-titled, “Paris.”

Some songs proved to be somewhat popular, like “Stars Are Blind” and “Nothing in This World,” which would see her launch a career as a DJ, but nobody really expected Hilton to continue on her career as a singer… until now.

The heiress unveiled her plans to return to the music industry on her Instagram account, as can be seen below.

Excited to get back In the studio this week to record my new #SummerSingle! 🎶💖🎶

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I’ve actually been in the studio all summer in Ibiza, I’ve been living there for my DJ residency,” Hilton said in a released statement.

So I’ve been in the studio recording, writing, producing, making my own tracks, as well. So the album is almost finished…The next step that I’m doing is getting into the tech world with a lot of really exciting and innovative projects.” It is unclear what Hilton actually intends to do with this new technology, but we’ve learned the hard way that she does what she wants.

When people start to remember you as that girl who kept Kim Kardashian as an unpaid intern, it is time to reboot your career.

When people start to remember you as that girl who kept Kim Kardashian as an unpaid intern, it is time to reboot your career.

There are reports that Hilton may have released an unnamed album in 2013, but it is unclear if it was just a collection of singles. At this point, it goes without saying that we just shouldn’t question her… or care too much.

And since it never hurts being a little nostalgic… I said a ‘little’ nostalgic… we can still listen to some of her older songs in the mean time.

[The Huffington Post]

This Jersey Boy's a graduate of Rutgers University, but his heart will always belong to his hometown of Manhattan. And it's pronounced "Wit-2"...maybe, I should trademark that...

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