Oscar-winning rappers Three 6 Mafia said Tuesday that they will produce and record tracks for Paris Hilton's upcoming debut album, which has been in the works practically since Hilton hit the party circuit, reports E! Online.
"We ran into her at a William Morris Agency party, and she said she liked our song 'Stay Fly' and asked, could we work with her," Jordan "Juicy J" Houston told Memphis' Commercial Appeal. The other members of the "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp"-rappin' trio are Paul "DJ Paul" Beauregard and Cedric Coleman.
After spending time in a Los Angeles recording studio with the group Tuesday, Hilton already plans to record one of their dance tracks.
"We're just getting into the studio and putting together some more tracks for her," Houston said. "From there, we'll see, but it will be a blast working with Paris Hilton. I mean, she is Paris Hilton."
The reality star has actually been planning to release an album since her "Screwed" days.
Which, of course, refers to the controversy that arose in 2004 when both Hilton and Haylie Duff, Hilary's big sis, recorded versions of a pop song called "Screwed" as part of their respective bids to launch a singing career. Hilton's version of the song, penned by veteran songwriters Kara DioGuardi and Gregg Wells, ended up all over the Internet (although everyone who tried Googling Paris in those days probably found a certain other bootleg production instead).