Who could have foreseen in 2006 when heiress, reality “star,” “actress,” and “human being” Paris Hilton paid a whole bunch of people to produce her debut album, Paris, that the world would have to wait seven whole years for her to pay Afrojack to produce her second one? And yet, finally, a Hottie, a Nottie, and a Repo! The Genetic Opera later, the flesh-and-blood embodiment of the saying “All that glitters is not gold” has announced that her sophomore outing will be released on Cash Money Records later this year.
The as-yet-untitled house album will feature appearances from hip-hop hams including Drake, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, and Lil Wayne—all of whom are presumably doing it for love of the music and also enough money to buy their artistic integrity. Hilton plans to promote the launch in Ibiza this summer, where a bunch of Spanish people will be forced to endure her “residency” as a “DJ.”
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