Cash Money Signs Paris Hilton

Hotel heiress says she wants to collab more with Lil Wayne.

Posted: 05/22/2013 04:02 PM EDT
Cash Money Signs Paris Hilton

The Cash Money crew's budding friendship with Paris Hilton is reportedly now a full-grown business relationship. The pop personality told Showbiz411 that Cash Money Records will be pushing her sophomore album.

“This is a lot different than my first album,” Hilton said. “It’s really going to be house music.”

Hilton, a reality TV star/DJ, debuted as a singer in 2011 with her eponymous Paris. The dance-pop album featured Fat Joe and Jadakiss on "Fightin' Over Me," production from Scott Storch on several tracks and was released through her own Heiress Records, via a deal with Warner Bros.

Though no features have been confirmed as yet for the old money representer's new album, reportedly she hopes there will be a lot more hip hop, including Young Moolah's Lil Wayne.

Last year, she and Weezy teamed up for her single, "Last Night" (there has been no mention of whether it was just a test or if it will place on her forthcoming project). Earlier this year, she conjured up her acting skills to play a devious server in the video for "Tap Out," which features a bevy of Cash Money artists and affiliates, including Birdman, Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Mack Maine and Future.

However, despite Paris's comments to the site (and a confirmation from Cash Money), her reps are still all "mum's the word." Someone authorized to speak for her told MTV that, "Paris Hilton is in talks with a number of record labels right now but we can't confirm anything. When a deal is finalized we will make an official announcement."

Cash Money has a deal with Universal Music Group.

 

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