Former Porn Star Bree Olson Explains Recording First Hip Hop Song

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Former Porn Star Bree Olson Explains Recording First Hip Hop Song

Exclusive: Veteran producer Mike Gonsolin and former porn star Bree Olson released "Hollywood Douchebag" this month, and highlight the experience.

Adult film star and model Bree Olson released her first retail music single this month (July 6), "Hollywood Douchebag." Available on iTunes, the song produced by and featuring Mike Gonsolin chronicles the superficial life of Hollywood celebrities, as told by Fort Wayne, Indiana's most recent Playboy cover model and 2008 AVN Award-winner for "Best New Starlet."

"I am super excited about my first single. It was such a blast doing the song and music video. Since both of us are not originally from Hollywood, and are hardly acclimated to its esoteric 'lifestyle,' this parody track seemed to come to fruition almost instantaneously," Olson told HipHopDX in a statement.

Gonsolin, who has produced for Sam Adams, Shwayze and others, added, "I've produced Hip Hop and Pop tracks for many of today's top artists across the genre globe, and this song was by far one of the best times I've had collaborating with someone. It was such a breath of fresh air to be able to not take myself too seriously for a minute, and just poke fun at the silly town of Hollywood and everything that it embodies and reveres."

Past porn star Hip Hop songs have been released by Heather Hunter, Pinky India, Jake Steed and Brian Pumper.

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