Lindsay Lohan embarked on a short-lived music career in 2004. After a string of successful movies, Lohan decided to dip her feet into the music industry. Following the release of Freaky Friday, Lohan dropped her first album titled Speak. The album’s first single “Rumors” was a dance-pop track with an infectious beat and a strong message about those pesky paparazzi. Lohan filmed a video for the song and it was featured on MTV’s Total Request Live. She followed “Rumors” with “Over” and “First.” “First was featured on the soundtrack for Herbie: Fully Loaded which Lohan also starred in. The album was promoted with a few live performances on TV and at radio music shows. The following year, Lohan released her second album, A Little More Personal (Raw). The only single “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)” failed to perform as well as her previous singles. That was the last album Lohan released under Casablanca Records. She released the dance-beat heavy “Bossy” on iTunes in 2008 which was supposed to go on her third album, but plans to release the album were never exectuted. In December of 2013, TMZ reported that Lohan was in the recording studio making music once again. Take a look at ten of Lindsay Lohan’s best songs she’s recorded. Comment below with your favorite!
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10. Lindsay Lohan’s final music release to date became a success on the dance charts. “Bossy” hit number one on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play. It was the only single by Lohan to hit the top of any chart. This song was allegedly supposed to appear on her third album, but the LP was never released or even announced.
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9. The third and final single off her first album, “First” became a success as it coincided with Lohan’s film, Herbie: Fully Loaded. The song appeared on the soundtrack and the video for the single featured clips of the movie.
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8. Lohan’s cover of “I Want You to Want Me” played it very safe to the original Cheap Trick song. It didn’t stray far from the original structure of the song. Though the song itself is a great cover, Lohan should have taken a bit of a risk and changed up the arrangement to make it her own.
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7. “I Decide” appeared on the soundtrack for The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. The song was not released as a single nor did it receive any special promotion, so the song went on under the radar. The song tells of a girl who is ready to make decisions for herself and show her independence.
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6. Lohan performed Drama Queen (That Girl) for the 2004 movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. She starred alongside a young Megan Fox in this teen comedy of a girl who dreamed of starring on Broadway. The movie was full of songs performed by Lohan, including this one.
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5. Ususally artists stray away from covering a song on their first album to make sure to showcase their talents. Though Lindsay checked that box off her first album, her second album didn’t. She not only covered one song, but two. “Edge of Seventeen was originally a Stevie Nicks song that Lohan has always had a strong bond with. TMZ recently featured a video of Lohan performing the song at a party in February of this year.
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4. “Ultimate” was performed by Lohan and her fictional band Pink Slip in the 2003 film Freaky Friday. This performance eventually lead Lohan into her short-lived music career. Will we see Lohan return to music this year?
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3. “I Live for the Day” was featured on Lindsay’s second album. The song had potential to become a single, but only one song was released from the album.
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2.Lindsay’s second single as a music artist was an establishing song for the acress-turned-musician. “Over” was an ordinary pop-rock song, but Lohan’s vocals shine with the help of emotional lyrics and a garage-band video setting.
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1. “Rumors” was Lindsay Lohan’s first single as a music artist. The song is about the annoyances she faced as an young adult in the spotlight trying to live her life and have fun. The song has a strong beat and a sexy video to go along with it.