Sound the alarm, bang the gong, or do whatever you can to alert the elders: Paris Hilton has officially returned to music. "Good Time," featuring Lil Wayne, is Hilton's Cash Money debut, and abides by party rocking, flipping off the haters and, of course, having a good time.
The song and music video, both of which premiered on Tuesday (Oct. 8), finds Hilton beguiling a party and cooing suggestively over a juiced-up dance beat. In the clip, Hilton rolls around poolside, fist-pumps some glowsticks and poses luxuriously, while Lil Wayne raps lines like, "I walked up to a big butt/And asked her ass, 'But what?'"
During Hilton's recent stop at the Billboard studio, the singer/DJ revealed that the bathing suit in the "Good Time" video is studded with Swarovski crystals. Hilton also described her upcoming album as "very eclectic" and heavily produced by Afrojack, who also helmed "Good Time."
Hilton's forthcoming Cash Money debut album will be her first full-length in seven years. "Paris," Hilton's 2006 debut album, has sold 198,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.