Socialite Paris Hilton is returning to the studio to record her second album - just a month after she was dropped by Warner Bros.
Hilton spent three years recording her self-titled debut album Paris, which hit stores last summer (06) under Warner Bros and the reality TV star's own label Heiress Records.
Last month (Jun07), Warner announced it had no plans to release another album by Hilton after poor sales of Paris.
After her debut single Stars Are Blind reached no. 18 on the U.S. Billboard charts, her second single Nothing in This World barely registered on the charts, reaching No. 89 on the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Charts.
Her LP vanished after a brief appearance at No. 6 on the Billboard album charts after selling 77,000 copies.
Despite poor sales and a negative response from critics, Hilton is determined to keep on singing, saying, "I'm already working on my new record."
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