Paris Hilton

"Drunk Text"

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February 27, 2012

Paris Hilton's "spoken word" "techno" "song," which leaked (or is it "leaked"?) earlier this week, is a tale of drunken clubbing drawled by the hotel heiress over a lame beat. There's Valley Girl beat poetry ("My mouth kept pouring desperate clauses of random intent"); there's words of wisdom ("No one is safe in the Twitter-sphere"). It's sublimely stupid – Hilton's greatest contribution to world culture by far. Her recording career should end now, while she's ahead.

Listen to Paris Hilton's "Drunk Texting":

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