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    Introducing Paris Hilton’s unreleased song: “I Need You” (30 secs)

    Breaking News!

    One of Paris Hilton’s unreleased songs is called “I Need You.” It was written and produced by Paris Hilton, Mike Green and Simon Wilcox.

    Mike Green, music producer, and Simon Wilcox, a multi-platinum Canadian songwriter and vocalist, also worked on these songs with Paris: Paris For President, Jailhouse Baby and Globetrottin’ (it does exist).

    Listen to 30 seconds of “I Need You”! A longer version may be posted by end of the week…

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    Comment from Dane
    Time: February 23, 2010, 6:33 pm

    Wots the name of the song

    Comment from J.M
    Time: February 23, 2010, 7:49 pm

    Are you with it? (Are you looking at me)
    Is that?

    Comment from scot
    Time: February 23, 2010, 8:26 pm

    Oooohh!! So exciting (: can’t wait! What do you think of it Enkil? I’d imagine it’s from the new album.

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 23, 2010, 8:30 pm

    It’s a simple/fun song. I like her vocals! Maybe some of you have heard it, but very few, maybe. I’ll post more info about it later!

    Comment from scot
    Time: February 23, 2010, 11:17 pm

    I was so surprised/impressed with her vocals! Wow. The songs itself is so cutesy I kind of want to vomit but it’s really cute. Not at all what I was expecting. Ahh. I’m listening to it on repeat, her voice is really good. I’m so impressed. Have you heard Globetrottin’ admin?

    Comment from admin
    Time: February 23, 2010, 11:36 pm

    Yeah, it’s not particularly a catchy song in my opinion, but the vocals are pretty impressive. The longer version is just as good. She really has improved.

    No, I haven’t heard Globetrottin’.

    Comment from Carter Isom
    Time: February 24, 2010, 12:28 pm

    I heard Globetrottin’ on BFF for like 30 seconds, from what i remember it was good.

    I like her voice in this, the vocals are really good compared to what we’ve heard

    Comment from Benji
    Time: February 24, 2010, 9:29 pm

    ARGH! I want this album!

    Comment from juju
    Time: February 25, 2010, 2:45 am

    ewww. very juvenile lyrics.

    Comment from T.K.
    Time: February 25, 2010, 7:17 am

    Sounds a bit like a Christmas song or something, but I kinda like it.

    Comment from Kevin
    Time: February 25, 2010, 4:00 pm

    Mike Green was a producer Paris said she was working with when she first started her second album, which means that this song was recorded A WHILE ago (2-3 years)

    She could have changed direction seeing as in she’s still recording and working with other producers as well. This song might not even make the cut

    Comment from scot
    Time: February 25, 2010, 5:19 pm

    juju you’re scum, piss off.

    and Kevin, I think that’s fairly obvious, especially since admin pointed out in the post that it was record along with Paris for president and jailhouse baby, so I think it’s safe to say you’re pointing out quite the obvious.

    This actually annoys me, people pointing out the song being a bit aged, the lyrics being a bit knaff – it’s quite obious Paris isn’t going to be releasing this as a single, admin didn’t even need to share this with us. The fact is no one has mentioned her vocals just “ew juvenile lyrics” (I’m sorry but the irony of that comment is just hilarious) or it being ‘old’. We’ve got a new Paris song where her vocals are showcased really well, we all know it’s a cheesey song but again, obviously this is just from a silly recording session, them testing the waters and having fun.

    Way to be unappreciative guys and completely miss the point of this being posted.

    Comment from kevin
    Time: February 25, 2010, 11:01 pm

    wtf scot clam down

    Comment from kevin
    Time: February 25, 2010, 11:02 pm

    LOL CLAM!
    i mean calm, jeez its nbd

    Comment from juju
    Time: February 26, 2010, 12:58 am

    scot,

    you’re just such a drama-queen-hater.

    what’s the difference between “cutsey” and “juvenile?” actually, nothing.

    seriously, why do you always attack people here?

    the point is that we all love paris and want new music from her, HOWEVER, for her to succeed and get the props she deserves, song choice is every bit as important as her vocals. otherwise, bad lyrics are just a distraction and detract from her voice.

    a good song is a complete package; lyrics, music, instruments, vocal talent (melody, tone, range, etc). period. for any artist trying to break through or advance to a higher level, they need to concentrate on all of it.

    paris especially to be taken seriously has to show a little more depth and aucenticity as an artist and “cutesy,” aka “juvenile” lyrics don’t meet that standard.

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