Paris Hilton sings about being ''tipsy'' on her comeback song 'Good Time'.

The socialite-turned-singer, who was signed to a new record deal by Lil Wayne's Cash Money label earlier this year, has teased the first single from her new album, which references her party-loving lifestyle.

The 32-year-old star sings: ''I might be a bit tipsy, but that's OK 'cause you're with me. Are you having a good time? 'Cause I'm having a good time.''

Paris is joined on the track by her new record label boss Lil Wayne, 31, who adds urban flavour with a sexually explicit rap verse.

His lyrics include: ''I'm f***ed up, I can't tell you what's what ... I walked up to a big butt and asked her ass but what.''

The expletive-laden song appears to be a dramatic attempt to resurrect Paris' music career with a harder edge, and a stark contrast from her well-to-do upbringing as a member of the Hilton family, one of America's most elite clans who are known for their wealth and status.

The hotel heiress previously took a stab at a pop career in 2006 when she released her debut album 'Paris' in a joint deal between her own label, Heiress Records, and Warner Bros. Records. Her first single 'Stars Are Blind' was a moderate success in the United States and the United Kingdom, but the album has sold just 197,000 copies in the US since 2006.