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Perez Hilton And Distorted Reality Release New Song Titled #MSFG

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10/29/2013 11:55 pm
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Perez Hilton And Distorted Reality Release New Song Titled #MSFG
Media Courtesy of Perez Hilton

Kay Ziegler

Staff Writer

It seems Perez Hilton is branching out. Not only is the blogger an occasional guest star on such hit shows as Glee and The Sopranos, but he is now adding musician to his credentials. What an interesting twist in the media world. Is Hilton giving up blogging and tabloid photo sharing? Is he pulling a Joaquin Phoenix and making a pseudo-documentary? Or is this just another thing he’s trying out and seeing how it works for him? I’d say, “Doubtfully.” He did release a song called “Clap!” for Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!, so it is possible that Hilton is just jumped on the music bandwagon. He also starred in the off-Broadway show NEWSical the Musical in 2012. Furthermore, Hilton will be recording as song for Broadway's Carols for a Cure, Volume 15. Proceeds from this holiday music CD will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. So, what is his new single, "#MSFG", about? It’s a social parody about today’s lifestyle and it has a really great beat, although the lyrics are a little lack-luster at times. This song is a commentary about the 21st century in a techno, dance pop song. Hilton seems to be mocking people’s need for the supposedly glamorous lifestyle brought about by fame and money (which is something that the blogger does well). He states that “We are living in the age of the thing”. And how true is that? On the television, plastered all over websites, and up on billboards there are ads for stuff. People want to buy the next best thing and previous versions of items are deemed obsolete. Some have a ‘Distorted Reality’ pertaining to life and what’s important. Check out the song for yourself on Perez's YouTube Channel. So, what do you think of the song? Did you like it or hate it? Share your comments below. Was there anything striking about it?  


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