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Paris: Club 'bangers' on new album

Paris Hilton has promised her new album will be full of "bouncy club bangers" and will be a departure from her pop offerings of the past.

The reality star has released her first single on the Cash Money label seven years after she released her debut album Paris on her own label, Heiress Records.

The single Good Time features labelmate Lil Wayne and the socialite played it to a dancing crowd at Create nightclub in Hollywood to celebrate its release.

Speaking on the red carpet before her DJ set, Paris said: "My first album was very pop, this one was very inspired by dance music, it's electro pop, it's very fun, bouncy club bangers."

Asked about working with rapper Lil Wayne, she added: "I'm having a good time with him, we made an incredible song together, I really respect him and I'm so happy to be on his label."

During her DJ set, Paris kept the crowd excited with appearances by Snoop Dogg and Too Short, but she admitted to nerves before she goes on stage.

"It's always a little nerve-wracking but when I play the first song my nerves go away and I'm just ready for it."

She has just completed a residency at Amnesia in Ibiza and said she expected the Los Angeles crowd to be more mellow.

"Ibiza was so much fun, I was playing for 10,000 people so this is more relaxed, but it's good to be playing with all my friends and family."

Paris was supported by her mother Kathy as well as her boyfriend River Viiperi, and she said she was glad to have him by her side.

She said: "He's so supportive, it's always nice to have him with me, we always have the best time."

But the heiress said her mother wasn't putting her under any pressure to get engaged yet: "I'm so focused on working and travelling, I don't have time for that right now."

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