Paris Hilton's new single 'Louder' features American rapper, Flo Rida in her latest collaboration which paves the way for her new album.

Louder is officially a demo produced by David Guetta which uses samples from classic song 'Don't Stop Believin' by Journey but why release a demo onto the internet unless you were hedging it against criticism?

The single is a standard dance floor mincing song for drunken 18 year old kids in a trashy Ibiza night club, either that or the luxury item of a multimillion heiress.

Her vocals are so autotuned and effected that they make Chery Cole sound like a natural singer. Take a listen using the SoundCloud player below.

If any of you are old or young enough to remember the Crazy Frog song then you will get an idea of the vocal versatility expressed on this single/demo whatever it is.

Flo Rida provides the only credible aspect to this dreadful attempt at a song but sounds like he has just turned up for the session fee and made the best of a bad song and one cannot help but want to shake his hand in admiration for actually turning up to the session.

All this does not bode well for other rumoured collaborations with the likes of  Snoop Dogg, Afro Jack and LMFAO.

Paris Hilton's last album in 2006 imaginatively entitled 'Paris' (you can imagine the enormity of the eureka moment in which the 'Paris' album title was born in, something akin to fly bumping into the wall in magnitude) was not well received by critics or by serious music pundits due the fact that it was dreadful, however the reviews were more favourable than many of her contemporaries at the time.

Now back to the real world……

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Image of Paris Hilton By Peter Schäfermeier of Universal Photo, Retouched by AM (Own work (own picture)) [CC-BY-SA-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5), GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia Commons

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