The entire album was posted on AOL Music on August 14, 2006, becoming available for online stream eight days before the scheduled release date.
They recorded the song "Screwed", which was intended to be the lead single. Musically, Paris is a pop and R&B album that is influenced by hip hop.
Wiedlin spoke on her work with Hilton: "I think her voice is sounding good.
The first time she sang she was super nervous and she just didn't really have experience singing.
for .3 million — which, the papers claim, is the same amount that the writer’s royalties are worth.
But instead of receiving another .3 million for his songwriter’s royalties, Storch got the royal screw-job, the papers say.
Storch has had his share of ups and down’s, from successful hits like Fat Joe’s “Lean Back” and Beyonce’s “Baby Boy” to Storch blowing his million dollar fortune on a drug habit, this isn’t the kind of attention Storch is looking for as he tries to get back up on his feet.
Disgraced former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight, who’s currently awaiting trial on a murder charge, has now had another accusation thrown at him.
Record producer/rapper Scott Storch, who’s produced artists including Dr.
“The combination of the Debtor’s prolific career, the corresponding financial rewards, his drug problems, and his lack of financial acumen and high school education, made him an appealing target for many individuals who sought to profit from his struggles.” According to the court papers, Storch became pressed for money due to his drug addiction and lifestyle, and his most valuable assets at the time were the rights to future royalty payments for the songs that he had worked on.
The papers say that Storch sold the publisher’s share of his royalty rights to Reservoir Media Management, Inc.