That new Paris Hilton song 2020 ordered is arriving this week

Heiress, philanthropist, fragrance mogul, DJ, and occasional popstar, what do all these words have in common? They, along with so many more, could …

Heiress, philanthropist, fragrance mogul, DJ, and occasional popstar, what do all these words have in common? They, along with so many more, could all be used to describe the one and only Paris Hilton.

Selecting the player of popstar, this Friday, Paris will be releasing what’s sure to be another banger, “I Blame You.” Hilton announced the release of the Lodato produced track on social this Tuesday, posting the beyond gorgeous cover art with the caption, “So excited to announce that my new single ‘I Blame You’… comes out this Friday, October 16th.”

The single release will be the legend’s first in 2020. But as we said, Paris is no stranger to the popstar lifestyle, releasing a surplus of singles over the years, and teaming up with some of the music industry’s finest. She joined forces with Lil Wayne for “Good Time,” nabbed Birdman for “High Off My Love.” More recently, she linked with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike for “B.F.A.” otherwise known as “Best Friend’s A**” and in-between managed to drop a couple of solo bangers, like “Come Alive” and “I Need You.”

Additionally donning the philanthropist hat, Paris continued  her post with saying that “ALL proceeds will be going to Breaking Code Silence.” For those unfamiliar, according to their website, BCS is “a network of survivors and advocates [who] raise awareness of the abuses in the Troubled Teen Industry.”

Which as she revealed in her YouTube Documentary, This Is Paris, is something she is all too familiar with. In the film, Paris shared about her experience at Provo Canyon School in Utah, where she says she and her peers suffered physical and emotional abuse.

Besides the singles proceeds going to the cause, Paris also shared about her plans of a peaceful protest at the Utah school on Good Morning America. Saying, “I feel like I’ve done big things in life, but this is the most important and this is going to be my legacy. I’m not going to stop for however long it takes until the abuse in this industry stops.”

Whichever hat Paris chooses to wear, we’re here for it, and can’t wait to hear this new single.

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