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Sia Taps Paris Hilton for Self-Reflexive Single ‘Fame Won’t Love You’

The song will appear on Sia’s forthcoming album, ‘Reasonable Woman’

Paris Hilton and Sia

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Paris Hilton knows a thing or two about fame. The reality show star and singer has lent her vocals to Sia’s new single, “Fame Won’t Love You.” The reflective, anthemic song will appear on Sia’s forthcoming album, Reasonable Woman, out May 3 via Atlantic Records.

The collaboration between the pair marks the start of their working relationship as Sia will serve as the executive producer of Hilton’s next LP. On the track, the duo suggests it’s better to prioritize relationships over the lure of fame, singing, ”Little dreams come crashing / Let them wave in passing / Because fame won’t love you like a mother, like a brother should.”

“Fame Won’t Love You” is the third song to emerge from Reasonable Woman following “Incredible,” featuring Labrinth, and “Dance Alone,” Sia’s collaboration with Kylie Minogue. The LP will be Sia’s first solo full-length album in eight years and will feature Minogue, Chaka Khan, Hilton, Tierra Whack, Labrinth, Kaliii, and Jimmy Jolliff. The artist’s last pop album was 2016’s This Is Acting. Her album, Music – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture, based on the musical she directed, came out in 2021, while she dropped “Gimmie Love” last fall.

Last May, two years after issuing an apology for her depiction of autism in the 2020 film MusicSia shared that had recently been diagnosed with autism. The singer discussed her personal developments since receiving her diagnosis, stating on Rob Has a Podcast: “For 45 years, I was like, ‘I’ve got to go put my human suit on.’ And only in the last two years have I become fully, fully myself.”

Hilton dropped single “Hot One” last year, which she made with DJ Alex Chapman. The song marked her first solo single release under the music division of her 11:11 Media content company, which she founded with Bruce Gersh. With the in-house release, Hilton told Rolling Stone it “gives me full ownership of my music.” The release of “Hot One” came several weeks after she dropped “Paris’ Version” of her 2006 song “Stars Are Blind,” this time with re-recorded vocals and a guest verse from Kim Petras.

From Rolling Stone US