Paris Hilton is back in the music scene!

39-year-old singer-DJ Paris Hilton returns to the music stage with her newest single titled I Blame You, featuring DJ LODATO. After years of observing a music hiatus, the DJ turned entrepreneur graced her comeback on Oct. 16 (Friday).

Paris Hilton encourages fans with I Blame You

The new track released by the pop culture icon sings of beat making its listeners remember the summer breeze. Moreover, the track tags in dance-worthy rhythms that are reminiscent of the feeling of dancing one’s body out during a summer music festival. The mesmerizing piece of music is purposely made by Paris and DJ LODATO to reach out to their fans and listeners, who are experiencing the agitating effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

I Blame You also features the sweet yet powerful vocals of Paris, which is collaborated by the mixing skills of DJ LODATO. Undoubtedly, fans will see their gorgeous idol in front of her laptop while grooving and mixing to the beat of his newest single.

Paris Hilton partners with Breaking Code Silence to help troubled youths

Before the release of I Blame You, Paris took her personal Instagram account to announce her upcoming music stunt.

So excited to announce that my new single “I Blame You” produced by @DjLodato comes out this Friday, October 16th!” the songstress wrote in the caption. She added that all proceeds of the track would all be going to Breaking Code Silence.

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Breaking Code Silence is a movement that is curated and formed by a team of survivors and militants, aiming to raise the banner of awareness in relevant issues that are happening in the lives of young people. The organization glazes in using its unheard voices to tell the world their stories

Furthermore, the dedicated team of survivors helps educate and stop child abuse and create the needed change to protect the youth from the painful experience. The team is also dedicated to stopping many kinds of abuse, like institutional child abuse. Having that said, Breaking Code Silence creates programs and develop reforms to be presented in the legislative house.

I Blame You and Paris’s collaboration with Breaking Code Silence follows the establishment of her protest against Utah’s Provo Canyon School.

Paris previously revealed in her newest documentary that the boarding school had abused her. The DJ and entrepreneur's action led other artists like Kat Von D and Paris Jackson to exclaim their experiences with the school when it comes to abuse.