Paris Hilton got lucky again as Snoop Dogg has agreed to collaborate for her upcoming music comeback for a track on her new album.
The socialite released her debut album, Paris, in 2006 and it reached number six on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, but Hilton hasn’t been around since.
Now she is aiming to relaunch her pop career with a second record and she has been working with stars including Lmfao and producer/DJ Afrojack. She has now revealed she has also persuaded the legendary rapper to lend his talents to the project.
“I’m doing my new album, and Afrojack is actually executive-producing the entire thing. There are a lot of very cool collaborations on my album. It should be out in the next few months. We just finished doing my single with Lmfao, then I’m recording with Snoop Dogg,” she tells New York Post gossip column Page Six.
In September last year, Hilton claimed she was working with David Guetta on an album, but his record label later insisted that he had no plans to collaborate with the heiress.
Hilton’s ‘Paris’ album became notorious when 500 copies of the album in UK stories were tampered with by Banksy and Danger Mouse, who altered the artwork to make Hilton appear topless on the cover and remixed the tracks.