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2013-09-27 12:46
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Los Angeles - Paris Hilton has previewed a song with Lil Wayne from her second album.

The socialite's song Good Time features the rapper and a 15-second extract of the song's music video shows her dancing at a party and frolicking by a pool in a bikini.

The star's record label, Cash Money - which is also home to Wayne - is excited by her latest shot at being a pop star.

Big name guests

Cash Money co-founder Birdman told the Los Angeles Times newspaper: "I'm very excited. I'm very appreciative that she's part of the team. She's very talented, and a beautiful young woman.

"She played us music, and I was taken aback. I was impressed by her music, and I didn't know she could sing so well."

Paris made her first attempt at cracking the pop market in 2006 with debut Paris, which contained the single Stars Are Blind - a top ten hit in more than 10 counties - but the album wasn't a huge seller.

Her second album is rumoured to contain big name guests including Flo Rida, LMFAO, David Guetta and Afrojack, and is thought to have a dance music edge.

Check out the short teaser of the video here:

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