Birdman & Paris Hilton Discuss Singer's Cash Money Records Debut
Birdman says Drake, Nicki Minaj & other YMCMB artists are available for Paris Hilton's upcoming YMCMB debut album.
When Birdman announced Paris Hilton's addition to the Cash Money Records roster in May, some wondered if the singer's placement on the imprint was a good fit for the record label. Birdman recently addressed those concerns during an interview with MTV.
"We're hustlers, we love money and she's already great, I think," Birdman said in an interview with MTV. "We're music and when we put that combination together, it's special. We turned something good into something great. When she came and played her music for me, I was taken away. I was excited. I was surprised. I didn't know what to expect when I first heard it, but when I heard it I was like it was something I'd love to work with."
Paris Hilton's upcoming album is set to feature the Lil Wayne-assisted single "Good Time." Birdman was asked whether other artists on the imprint would also be involved in Hilton's upcoming album.
"Soon as she's ready, whenever she reach out and the song fit, then we gon' make it happen," Birdman said. "I believe in teamwork and we all look after each other. Whenever she's ready, whoever she want on the roster, that's available for her, anytime."
Paris Hilton Discusses Admiration For Birdman & Drake
Paris Hilton also addressed questions regarding her decision to sign with Cash Money Records.
"I had all the labels after my song, but after meeting with Birdman, I just thought it'd be the perfect fit," Hilton said. "I have so much respect for him as a businessman and what he's built. We're great friends and we have so much fun together. It's a perfect fit."
Hilton also praised Drake and the release of his new album, Nothing was the Same, which arrived at retailers Tuesday (September 24).
"I've met Drake before," Hilton said. "I love his new album. I think he's real talented."
More from the interview can be viewed below.
Paris Hilton's signing with Cash Money Records was announced in May.
On September 11, Paris Hilton teased the release of her upcoming video for "Good Time," set to feature Lil Wayne.
“The video is epic," Hilton said in an interview with MTV. "It’s so sexy and so much fun. I had so much fun shooting it. It’s like a crazy, insane pool party, plus so many other beautiful scenes."