LONDON: A leaked music video of Paris Hilton featuring on Manufactured Superstars track Drunk Text took the internet by storm yesterday, reported the Daily Mail on Friday.
But the heiress doesn't so much as hit a note on the track, instead listeners are treated to Paris drawling through some peculiar lyrics in her trademark monotone Valley girl speak.
Lyrics to the track include: 'No-one is safe in the twittersphere' and 'I'll be damned if I end up in some late diner after this with last night's lingerie in my purse/ It's just a drunk text.'
But those wondering if the sexy song was going to be released by the blonde any time soon can breathe a sigh of relief, as a representative for the star has confirmed that while she is continuing to make music, this song is not a part of that venture.
Hilton's representative said in a statement: 'We can confirm that the video leaked today is not part of Paris Hilton’s new album. This video was recorded over a year ago. The first single will be out in a few months, we will let everyone know when it’s due for release.'
And the singer's pals from Manufactured Superstars have said that her music is set to impress audiences.
The band released a statement that said: 'Paris did this music video as a favour for us, it's not part of her new album. This is an unfinished rough-cut, which was not ready for release. We're looking into what happened and removing the illegal copies from the web. We've heard some songs from her new record which are incredible and are really going to surprise people.”
Hilton recently attended this year's Grammy Awards, where she revealed that her forthcoming album is produced by Afrojack (Pitbull, David Guetta) and will feature Flo Rida and dance duo LMFAO.
The release marks Hilton's second record following her eponymous 2006 debut, which charted at number six in the US and 29 in the UK.
The LP produced the global hit Stars Are Blind and Nothing in this World.
Paris worked talked about her new album at the Grammy Awards and said it would be perfect for 'clubs or Ibiza this summer.'
She said: 'This album is so much fun, we've had the best time making it.'
Paris of the nameless long player: 'Right now, dance and house music is really in. That's what this album is.'
Afrojack also took time to speak with Billboard at the Grammys, revealing that he helms four tracks on Hilton's upcoming album.
When asked for more, the dance producer stayed mum, saying: 'I'm going to let the music speak for itself.'