Paris Hilton Gets Wet With Lil Wayne In 'Good Time' Pool-Party Vid: Watch!

The new YMCMB signee dances with a giant robot in her brand-new clip.

If there is one thing we learned from Paris Hilton's new music video, "Good Time," is that the heiress certainly knows how to throw a party.

The video, which premiered a day early on Rolling Stone, has Paris flaunting her figure in a barely there bikini as she throws an epic pool-party bash, complete with glow sticks, bottles and a 10-foot-tall robot, otherwise known as Kryoman.

"The video is so sexy and so much fun, I really wanted it to be colorful and full of life and my friend Kryoman flew out to be in it and he just makes the video so much fun like spraying all the CO2 canisters," Hilton recently told MTV News. "He is the party machine basically. I love him. I've watched him. He performs with all the biggest DJs around the world, like [David] Guetta, Avicii, Calvin Harris so it was really cool to have him in my video because I know everyone in the dance scene really knows him and just having him part of the party scene is really dope."

Not to be outdone by Kryoman, Cash Money labelmate Lil Wayne appears in the video, which was shot over a span of 24 hours. YMCMB president Birdman chills behind Weezy during his verse.

"It was amazing, we had a great time," Hilton said of shooting the video with Wayne and Birdman. "The set was so much fun, we had so many interesting things happening and I loved all the wardrobe, there were so many gorgeous outfits. It was just a party all day long."

So is the video a true depiction of what it's like to really party with Paris Hilton? "Definitely, it's just a fun party with beautiful people and having the time of our lives."

"Good Time," produced by Afrojack, is the lead single off her upcoming 2014 album and marks Hilton's return to music after a seven-year hiatus.

"I've been recording this album for about a year and a half now," Hilton revealed. "After being in Ibiza I was so inspired I met so many amazing DJs and producers, so people kept sending me different songs and making this album and I'm so proud of it."