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Paris Hilton teams up with Rina Sawayama on new track ‘I’m Free’

The summery club banger will appear on Hilton's long-gestating second album when it arrives later this year.

By Nick Reilly

Paris Hilton and Rina Sawayama (Picture: Getty)

Paris Hilton has teamed up with Rina Sawayama for ‘I’m Free’, a new collab between the pair.

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The club-primed track, which samples Ultra Naté’s 1997 smash hit ‘Free’, is set to arrive on Hilton’s second album Infinite Icon when it arrives on September 6.

“A song can change your life, and that’s what ‘Free’ by Ultra Naté did for me,” Paris Hilton said in a statement. “I heard it for the first time at a club in New York City shortly after being released from the Provo Canyon School where I experienced mental and physical abuse. For me, the song represents the journey of healing and finding your voice.”

“It has served as an anthem of hope and a guiding light, and I’m honoured to have had the chance to create this new version,” she added. “I’m also so grateful to have Rina Sawayama’s mesmerising vocals and lyrics on the song. Together, Rina and I hope to inspire fans around the world to embrace their own strong voices and feel free to fully express themselves.”

The song was first teased last week in a video which saw Hilton inviting Sawayama to deliver a verse on the track. “Couldn’t be more iconic. Need to get this out for summer,” Hilton said on social media.

According to Stereogum, Hilton’s next album sees Sia taking the reigns as executive producer, while Benny Blanco is also thought to have worked on it too.