Paris Hilton has released her latest track 'Come Alive' on iTunes and in it she urges her fans to ''party''.
Paris Hilton has released a new single.
The 33-year-old socialite - whose debut album 'Paris' came out in 2006 - posted multiple links to her track 'Come Alive' on her Twitter account yesterday (08.07.14) encouraging her 12.8 million followers to purchase the track.
She wrote: '' Hey everyone! Get my new song #ComeAlive available on iTunes now!
''Hey everyone! What do you think of my new single #ComeAlive?
''#ComeAlive. Download from iTunes starting today!''
It is hoped the new single will follow on from the success of her 2006 hit 'Stars Are Blind' which peaked at number 5 in the UK charts and number 18 in the US.
The song - which is available on iTunes, while the video can be viewed on YouTube - has already received positive feedback from the hotel heiress' adoring fans, lots of whom have taken to Twitter to congratulate her.
THEKINGColucci wrote: ''@ParisHilton Came to save Pop music again!!! #ComeAlive loves it!!!! Love you Paris thank you!!!
While JoseJudgingYou said: ''@ParisHilton just bought #ComeAlive so freaking obsessed!!!!!! (sic)''
Paris was thrilled with the response to the new single.
She later tweeted: ''Going to bed. Sweet dreams everyone! So happy with the reaction I'm getting for my new single #ComeAlive. Love that you all love it!! #YES! (sic)''
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