OK, I know the track was released 4 years ago (can it be that long? - yikes!) but heres my review anyhow :)
I actually REALLY liked this song when I first heard it on the radio and had no idea it was Paris Hilton until I saw the video on one of the music channels and I was all 'she looks like Paris Hilton' before realising it was her!!
Back to the song - OK I don't think she is going to be getting a Grammy for this but credit where its due, its catchy and singalongable and made/makes a great summer tune and it always seems to give me a good feeling and thats what music is about. For me it evokes those long summer, carefree days when you used to get ages off when you were in college and could just hang out with your friends (sadly I haven't had the entire summer off for a very long time)
If you want something hard hitting, edgy and original then don't buy this, but if you want a fun, catchy, hummable while you are doing the washing up type of song, then buy it right now!
I love house music. And I can't stand the half-baked efforts of models or actresses attempting to sing while being jam-vocodered into a poorly produced, sugarry load of pap.
So when I absolutely LOVED this track, I must say I was a little taken aback. Admittedly the radio version doesn't do much for me - the lyrics are ok but I'm just not turned on by the faux-reggae breeziness of it. But flick over to the "Tracy Does Paris" mix and you've got a version that suddenly brings the vocal to life and creates a storm on the dancefloor. Yes it's cheesey and camp, but it's a damned fine house record that wouldn't be in the slightest bit out of place on a Hed Kandi compilation. And either she can sing or somebody has done an impeccable ProTools job...
This is a really good song, catchy and easy on the ear and from my own experiance the other night sounds great in a club...its not fair to attack this song because its Paris Hiltons name on it and if people took the time to give her a bit of a chance ( for example reading her interview in Attitude) then maybe they wont trash her music on the basis they think shes an "airhead".