Watch the world premiere of Paris Hilton’s new music video “Come Alive”

Paris Hilton’s new music video “Come Alive” debuted yesterday on Trending 10 on Fuse TV. Today is its official worldwide release on Vevo. Watch it below!

Posted: July 15th, 2014
Comments: 5


From: K
Time: July 17, 2014, 6:54 am

I like it, although it’s weird how Paris will have released two albums this summer but has never done a live performance of any song. Why not?

From: admin
Time: July 17, 2014, 7:51 pm

I just listened to the song “Are You With It” from a YouTube video. I had forgotten how awesome this song sounds. Still pissed off that it wasn’t completed for the debut album. Those who have never heard it, check it out:

See 1:20

From: Dawn
Time: July 21, 2014, 8:32 am

Due to the enthusiastic reception of each, Paris should probably keep releasing singles instead of dropping an album.

Most people will pay to download to iTunes anyway, rather than buy an album.

From: admin
Time: July 21, 2014, 9:32 pm

I’m not sure how well “Come Alive” has done so far. It hasn’t been able to chart or even crack the top 100 on iTunes. At least Good Time hit the Billboard chart.

Now that I think about it, Good Time shouldn’t have been released as a first single. It should have been a radio friendly song, maybe more like Come Alive.

Typically with Paris, it creates a lot of buzz, but people don’t seem to take her seriously, even though she’s 100% serious. It might not matter. I’m in favor of releasing more singles before dropping the new album, so people can familiarize with her new music. I hope the new album will be in a physical format. I’m against this digital way of releasing songs. SAB, NITW and TIP all had physical CDs. I have the physical CD of GT, but ah, I don’t like this iTunes thing.

From: Jen
Time: July 22, 2014, 9:50 am

It probably does not matter since Paris is not a starving artist and has the backing of Cash Records, a multi billion corporation. The music industry has changed so much over the last few years hard to keep up for all of us.