Lindsay Lohan Signs New Record Deal 14 Years After Last Album Was Released
Lindsay Lohan is getting back into music! Fourteen years after her second album, A Little More Personal (Raw), was released, she recently signed a brand new record deal.
A source confirmed to Us Weekly that the 32-year-old signed a deal with music executive Tommy Mottola’s Casablanca Records.
The label is responsible for producing her 2004 record Speak, and her 2005 sophomore album, A Little More Personal (Raw).
“Lindsay is really excited to be working on new music,” the insider revealed. “It’s been a minute since she’s been in the studio, but she got right back into the recording process and has been putting in a lot of time.”
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The actress is working with “a small team of producers and songwriters. The Freaky Friday star “already finished a few songs” for her new project.
“She’s eager to release something and would like to very soon,” the source added.
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