"I'm sick of all the Hilton stuff, where all anyone cared about was whether I was doing coke in the bathroom or how many [bleeps] I was sleeping with. I'm done with partying and traveling. It's time to get this [bleep] started," he added.
Hilton, who's recording tracks at his Upper East Side apartment, isn't signed to a label, but is developing a reality show with Viacom. "It's gonna be like The Hills, but real. A lot of that stuff is pre-setup or re-setup. This is gonna show the meetings, the production side, the recording side . . . I just want people to say, Wow, this song really moved me, or made me cry," he said.