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Paris Hilton To Release Her New Single ‘I Blame You’ On 16 October

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The well-known media personality Paris Hilton announced that her new single, entitled ‘I Blame You’ would be out on 16 October. In order to release the big news, Hilton posted the official cover of the single through her verified Instagram account, with the following note:

So excited to announce that my new single “I Blame You” produced by @DjLodato comes out this Friday, October 16th! ✨🎤👸🏼✨”

As remember, Hilton started her singing career by releasing her self-titled debut studio album, titled ‘Paris’ in 2006. The album surprisingly reached number six on the Billboard 200, and the singer respectively launched the ‘Stars Are Blind’ that got acclaims from audiences.

Hilton also stated that all proceeds receiving from the sale of the single would be going to Breaking Code Silence, “a movement organized by a network of survivors and activists to raise awareness of the problems in the Troubled Teen Industry.”

The great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels, who recently released ‘This Is Paris,’ the documentary film produced by YouTube Originals, has dropped a series of singles over the years. Apart from a couple of solo bangers such as ‘Come Alive,’ and ‘I Need You,’ she also teamed up with Lil Wayne for ‘Good Time’ and Birdman for ‘High Off My Love.’

Most recently, Hilton who has one studio album, nine singles, and twelve music videos, released the songs, ‘B.F.A. (Best Friend’s Ass)’ with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike in 2019 and ‘Lone Wolves’ with Mattn same year.

See below to view Hilton’s mentioned Instagram post.

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