Leave it to Paris Hilton to bring a whole new meaning to “underground” dance music. The music video for her new single with Birdman, “High Off My Love,” premiered Friday (May 15) on Vevo and follows her around a downtown Los Angeles warehouse packed with male models, motorcycles and scantily clad women in flirty masks. It’s racy and awesomely retro — like “I’m a Slave 4 U” meets “Dirrty” –– with BDSM costumes, bare midriffs and lots and lots of heavy breathing.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis (who was also behind the video for Miley Cyrus and Mike Will Made It‘s “23“) the concept was inspired by Madonna‘s notoriously NSFW video for “Justify My Love,” which was so racy that MTV banned it from circulation in 1990.
“High Off My Love” is Hilton’s third single from Cash Money and was produced by Mr. Beatz and co-written by Charles Anderson, Corte Ellis and Frederick Allen IV. It’s out now on iTunes.