Hilton is back with new music. Denise Truscello/WireImageAfter Paris Hilton's debut album, Paris, in 2006, the world wasn't really begging for any more music from the heiress. But six years later, here she is gracing our ears yet again with a new ditty, "Drunk Text," in which Hilton gives us a spoken-word account of a boozy night out on the town in which she drinks too much and sends an inappropriate message to a guy -- all set to techno music. "I went out to the club the other night to, you know, dance with my b-----s," the reality star begins in her trademark baby voice.
Hilton, 31, then gives listeners a lesson on why not to mix alcohol and technology after she takes a photo up a dancer's skirt, sends it to some guy named Adam, and then moments later the dancer confronts the famous blonde after someone forwards her the message. "I say, 'Sorry, it was just a drunk text,'" Hilton explains on the track, which also has an accompanying music video featuring close-ups of her mouth. "I should have known we knew each other. No one is safe in the Twittersphere anymore. You take the word 'sex' and mix it up with 'texting,' it's called 'sexting.' When you add 'drunk sexting,' the words just don't make sense."
If you're not a fan of "Drunk Text" or Hilton, there's more bad news for you. The heiress is currently working on her follow-up to Paris with her rumored boyfriend, music producer Afrojack, whom she escorted to the Grammys. On the red carpet, Hilton dished to Access Hollywood about her new sound and revealed that "Party Rock" singers LMFAO and Flo Rida were also making appearances on her tracks. "It's definitely music you're going to be hearing in the clubs."
You've all been warned.
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