Paris Hilton, queen of the nightclub circuit and recent Cash Money signee, makes her return to the music world with the release of her new single "Good Time," featuring Lil Wayne and produced by DJ Afrojack. The song's an EDM-pulsing rave riot, with the video finding Hilton donning a sequenced bathing suit, partying with super soakers and posing with male models in speedos. And she's quite unapolagetic about it all.
"I came here just to party/Don't you hate on me," Hilton sings in the sugary hook. "I might be a bit tipsy/It's OK cause you're with me." Weezy, bare chested and donning oversized red sunglasses, makes a grand Weezy-like entrance, with a long guest verse that boasts: "YMCMB, bitch/Paris doesn't speak French."
"Good Time" is the first single to appear on Hilton's forthcoming, untitled LP, due in early 2014. The new set features collaborations with RedOne, Snoop Dogg and Flo Rida. "I'm working with so many talented and awesome people for my album and can't wait to share more of the music," Hilton tells Rolling Stone. "For me this song is so catchy and fun the way it moves from pop to a true dance number."
This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Paris Hilton Parties With Lil Wayne in 'Good Time'