Paris Hilton has announced that her highly-awaited second album ‘Infinite Icon’ will be released this September.

Last year, the reality TV icon confirmed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that she was working on her second record. Hilton also said the album would be executively produced by Sia.

Yesterday (May 30), Hilton took to Instagram and shared nine photos, which when combined spelled the message: “Infinite Icon, Paris Hilton, drops 6/9”. She also teased the release with a reel video, in which celebrity friends such as Benny Blanco, Demi Lovato, Paula Abdul, Lance Bass of *NSYNC and more ask the heiress to “spill the tea” on her new music.

Hilton then shared a website specifically for ‘Infinite Icon’, where fans can currently pre-save the record – check it out here.

‘Infinite Icon’ comes 18 years after the release of Hilton’s 2006 debut album ‘Paris’, hosting her biggest song to date, ‘Stars Are Blind’. She first mentioned working on her second album in 2017, telling Time Magazine that it was inspired by the sounds of “deep house, techno-pop and electro-pop”.

The pop culture icon hinted at her musical comeback in December 2022 when she re-released her debut single, now titled ‘Stars Are Blind (Paris’ Version)’ in December 2022. She further teased her return by singing the upbeat pop song with Miley Cyrus and pop hitmaker Sia at Cyrus’ New Year’s Eve concert in Times Square.

‘Infinite Icon’ will be released on September 6 via Hilton’s own production company, 11:11 Media.

Other recent singles from Hilton include the Kim Petras-featuring remix of ‘Stars Are Blind (Paris’ Version)’ and EDM-driven ‘Hot One’.

In October 2023, Hilton spoke to NME about her creative process behind the album. “Music has always been such a huge part of my life,” she began. “I love DJing all around the world and at the biggest music festivals and having my concerts, but singing is something that I just love to do and I’m so proud to be in the studio.”


Steve Aoki – who worked with Hilton on their energetic dance collaboration ‘Lighter’ last year – was also interviewed alongside Hilton. “That’s crazy. Sia is one of the greatest writers of music and has written some of the most epic songs ever so to have her and Paris together for this, this is going to be insane,” he said.

Earlier this year, Hilton and Sia shared the uplifting ‘Fame Won’t Love You’ from the latter’s latest album, ‘Reasonable Woman’.

In other news, Hilton joined Vampire Weekend onstage to perform ‘Cornhole’ at Coachella 2024.

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