Paris Hilton signs to Cash Money records

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PARIS Hilton has signed to Cash Money record label.

The 32-year-old heiress - who released her debut album 'Paris' in 2006 - will release a house music album later this year and has already recorded a single with Lil Wayne.

Cash Money's Birdman tweeted: "Welcome@ParisHilton to tha Family. RichgangRichgirl. YMCMB (sic)."

Paris replied: "@BIRDMAN5STAR Thanks BO$$! Happy to be a part of the family. #PH❤YMCMB (sic)."

She also posted a link to a YouTube video, writing: "Love this song I recorded with @LilTunechi. Love Lil Wayne, he is so amazing! Can't wait for our new song!#I❤YMCMB (sic)."

This is some good news for Paris after she recently become a swatting victim for the second time.

The hotel heiress was once again the subject of a cruel prank when someone called 911 pretending to be her, claiming she was trapped in her bedroom with a gun to her head.

Police rushed to the socialite's Los Angeles mansion, but the only sign of life they found were her pet pooches tearing around the house.

When Paris, she was shocked to discover police cars surrounding her house. The incident, which took place earlier this month, was almost identical to a joke played on Paris two months ago.

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