Paris Hilton High off My Love

Paris Hilton in the video for "High off My Love."

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In the mid-2000s, Paris Hilton was a pop-culture staple. But in addition to being a ubiquitous socialite, the heiress/model/businesswoman was also a recording artist and landed two No. 1s on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart in 2006: "Stars Are Blind" and "Turn It Up."

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Now Hilton, 34, notches her first top 10 on the chart (or on any Billboard tally) since the latter song, as "High Off My Love" bounds 12-6 (on the list dated Oct. 31). The track's video, featuring Birdman, has drawn more than 2.5 million YouTube views since its May premiere, while the song also boasts a bevy of star remixers, including Dave Aude, Ivan Gomez & Nacho Chapado and Mindskap.

The video, in which Hilton is joined in a Los Angeles warehouse by male models, motorcycles and scantily clad women in flirty masks, was inspired by Madonna's notoriously NSFW clip for "Justify My Love," which MTV famously banned in 1990.