After being dumped by Warner Bros., Paris Hilton is looking for a record label willing to partner with her own independent label, Heiress Records, to release a followup to her 2006 flop, Paris. Her new album is set to come out later this year and Paris wants the backing of a major label.
Hilton’s manager confirmed that the singer will be releasing her next album on her own label, but wouldn’t comment when asked if his client had teamed up yet with another heavy hitter.
Hilton unveiled her new single, “My BFF,” on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS FM radio show in October.
“I was really inspired by Kylie Minogue,” she said, noting, “I wrote every song on the record.”
Her new venture is a “very personal album,” Hilton said. “My last album was very hip-hop … this is completely different.”
Make no mistake. This is horrible, horrible music. Anyone advising a major record label to take this deal will have to endure 150,000 unsold Paris Hilton CD’s frisbeed at their face at the next staff meeting right before they’re fired. Even Hellen Keller would do one of those deaf people screams and throw herself out a window if she heard this.
Here’s Paris Hilton hawking her new fragrance, Fairy Dust. I’m told it smells like whore with a hint of desperation.