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    LA Times’ Report On Paris Hilton’s Music Career

    By Chris Lee

    Is Paris Hilton a glutton for punishment? A year after trying — and failing — to set the world on fire as a pop singer and less than a month after serving a 23-day jail sentence for probation violations, the socialite-heiress announced that she has begun laying tracks for a new album with hit-making hip-hop producer Scott Storch.

    “I’ve been working on it with Scott for a few weeks,” she told E! Online late Monday.

    Contrary to earlier reports, Hilton has not been dropped by her record label, Warner Bros., distributor of her boutique imprint, Heiress Records, a spokesperson confirmed.

    Storch — responsible for chart-topping singles for R. Kelly, 50 Cent, the Game and Beyoncé, among others — was also the musical architect behind much of Hilton’s 2006 CD “Paris.” Although that album entered the national chart at No. 6, selling 77,000 copies in its first week and spawning the Top 20 single “Stars Are Blind,” it’s generally considered a flop and one of the few commercial missteps in the celebutante’s burgeoning brand “presence,” which includes a bestselling book, endorsements for products such as Champagne in a can, a signature perfume and a reality TV show.

    Although Hilton hasn’t elaborated upon her plans in any of the usual Information Age confessionals — that is, on her MySpace page, her record website,, or her personal website — she made her musical intentions clear in an interview with The Times last August.

    “I plan to be doing this for a long time,” Hilton said. “This is something I’m going to be doing when I’m 40 years old. I’m serious about this.”

    Hrm! Chris certainly makes it sound as if Paris Hilton tried and failed as a singer. And I suspect that he wants us to believe that the album didn’t do well simply because it isn’t good.

    Well, this doesn’t appear to be a bias article, but I will point out that she did not work for a whole year to estalish herself as a successful singer. No, she didn’t! Instead she wasted her time by going to parties and all of that.

    But now, after the jail sentence, she understands her priorites. Again, the number one priority should be music. As I fan I say this because I believe that’s what she’s most good at as an entertainer. She’s not the best singer and doesn’t have to be.

    Once again, reliable souce LA Times, confirms that Paris was never dropped by Warner Music. And yes, as I said, it was “some” writer from Mirror UK who wrote a fake article before she went to jail and spread it like fire. But most haters still think she was dropped, and now they’re all confused.

    Paris going into music is no “misstep” or mistake. It’s what she wanted to do before she became famous and filmed the first season of the Simple Life, but our dear Paris took forever to take her music career seriously. Something that even the haters don’t realize or mention.

    “Paris,” the debut album, was no mistake. It is, according to many fans, perfection, but I don’t think Chris sees that way. It was because of bigoted haters and critics that the album didn’t perform well. And it is because of Paris not taking her serious work seriously that caused this whole mess.

    In the long run, she’s going to have to work much harder to become a serious and successful artist. This is a test and part of the “changing” Paris we’ve been talking about. Is she going to end the hate phenomenon? We’ll see! It’s a big task and I don’t think I could do it if I were in her shoes. It’s especially going to be hard when you have news sites ignoring your work, accomplishments and positive aspects.



    Comment from kevin
    Time: July 17, 2007, 2:29 pm

    So your 100% sure that she wasn’t dropped by Warner Bros music company? And her second album is going to be released through Warner Bros?

    I think she should choose a different company and do a different tatic for advertising her album. She should also choose her singles a lot more wisely.

    Comment from admin
    Time: July 17, 2007, 2:34 pm

    Yes, this is the second liable evidence I’ve showed. First it was Access Hollywood and now LA Times. She wasn’t dropped.

    To be honest with you, I think Warner did a good job in promoting the album as they always do, but I don’t think she put the effort to do a tour and perform.

    I personally think Warner Music is a very good record label.

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