It’s not all bad news for Lindsay Lohan, apparently. Yes, her “comeback” reality show Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club, got shit-canned. And yes, her beach club in Mykonos also closed down, or as she put it–changed locations to Athens. But things are looking up for Lindsay’s once-dead and always-unnecessary music career. Page Six is saying that Lindsay has recently re-signed with her old label, Casablanca Records so she’s found an actual commercially-professional way to release her music and won’t be directing us to her SoundCloud on her Instagram stories every few hours. Phewf.
Lindsay is back to the old days. No, she’s not commanding a seven-figure paycheck, but she is back at her old record label for probably much less than she was in 2004. Casablanca Records, who inflicted Lindsay’s albums, Speak and A Little More Personal (Raw) on the world, is back to hit us with some more Lohan music. Lindsay has been teasing new music for a while now, and even told an Australian radio show that she had new music coming and was working hard on it.
A Page Six source said that apart from working on an album of her own, Lindsay is also working “on some soundtracks.” Oh, Among The Shadows has a soundtrack coming out?Can’t wait.
Hopefully her new music career will be better than her last. I couldn’t find one single high-quality music video of hers online. I’m not exaggerating, on her own official Vevo account the best-quality video is for “That Girl (Drama Queen)”. So…
Page Six also topped off the news that Lindsay got a record deal by saying:
“As far as her Mykonos club, one reader sent us a recent image of the shuttered spot on a deserted beach–save for a trio of sunbathing cows.”
Page Six really has all the time in the world to roast Lindsay Lohan, huh? You gotta mention the sunbathing cows? At least Lindsay finally found someone to publicly feud with more famous than Paris Hilton.