Review of Paris Hilton’s song “Drunk Text”

Written by Pat Healy of Metro

[Paris Hilton’s] musical output has been surprisingly not offensive.

Her 2006 song, “Stars are Blind” demonstrates that not only can she carry a tune, but she also understands the nuances of an easy skankin’ groove.

Her recently released single, “Drunk Text” is similarly unobjectionable, even funny. It shows an awareness of her vapid personality, like she’s in on the joke, unlike a lot of other reality stars’ songs (see below).

The anecdotal narrative of this song is downright funny.

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And that’s what’s great about this tune. She doesn’t want to apologize. Sure, there is that horrible part towards the end where she overexplains what sexting is.

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This already makes it sound dated, but here’s what’s interesting. This song may not last very long in the clubs, but it’s absolutely bound to be the soundtrack to “Decade in Review” segments on pop culture programs when we come to the end of 2019. And the fact that a Paris Hilton song will be played in seven years is almost as amazing as the fact that I like her music.

Posted: February 27th, 2012
Comments: 2


From: admin
Time: February 27, 2012, 9:43 pm

Granted I picked a positive review, but at least we know it’s an honest review. 😉

From: scot
Time: February 27, 2012, 10:42 pm

I think this was a good review to pick. The negative stuff about this song has just been the usual bad attitude people have towards Pais. I’ve read so much more positive though. This is one leak I’m very glad that happened.