Paris Hilton And Lil Wayne Are ‘A Bit Tipsy’: See Their ‘Good Time’ Teaser!

Hilton throws an epic pool party in the 43-second preview of her debut Cash Money single.

If there’s one thing Paris Hilton has proved over and over it’s that she knows how to have a good time. A really good time. She proves it again in the 43-second teaser clip for her Cash Money Records debut single, “Good Time.”

Fittingly for the hotel heiress whose jet-set lifestyle often finds her lounging around pools in designer weekend gear, the swimwear-heavy clip finds her at the center of a kind of poolside rave, complete with giant, fog-spewing light-up robots, bottle service, blow-up animals and plenty of shirtless hunks waving glow sticks all around her.

She promised it would be “so sexy and so much fun” and colorful, and, well, she wasn’t kidding. Rocking her YMCMB snapback and an array of expensive-looking bathing suits, Hilton sings the songs breathy refrain, “Are you havin’ a good time/ ‘Cause I’m having a good time/ I might be a bit tipsy/ but that’s OK ’cause you’re with me,” with the last line shifting her voice into AutoTune mode.
Rocking a soaking wet “RichGirl” tank, bedazzled one-piece and leopard print bikini, Hilton mostly does what she does best: gaze into the camera dreamily and invite you to the non-stop party with her drowsy eyes.

Her musical mentor, Birdman, makes a cameo, as does labelmate Lil Wayne, who drops an appropriately horny verse as the song’s EDM beats and spiky keyboards kick in. “I’m f—ed up/I can’t tell you what’s what/All she know is suck, f—/I walked up to a big butt/And asked her ass but what?/Tunechi never slacks without her button up.”

Hilton, who geared up for her Cash Money debut with a month-long DJ residency at Ibiza hotspot Amnesia 
, told MTV News last month that she’s ready to prove her musical chops.

“Music has always been a big passion of mine, but I’ve just been so busy with everything else. But I’ve recorded some incredible songs, EDM-influenced, electro-pop, and working with very talented producers,” Hilton said 
. “I’m really happy to be a part of the Cash Money family.”

The full version of the song is due out on iTunes on October 8.


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