Lindsay Lohan released new single ‘Back to Me’

Do you remember our Social Justice Warrior Lindsay Lohan? Besides still wanting to be the Ariel that we are yearning for, our queen has released a new single. That’s right, LiLo is back into the world of music. Sure, “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” is an underrated reality show that left us too soon, but she came back into music to save 2020. Let’s chat about her new single “Back to Me.”

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“Back to Me” is Lindsay’s first new single since her underrated 2008 pop “Bossy.” It’s a pop song that utilizes the same genre that she was in, which is pretty much club music. Yes, it’s ironic but we stan and iconic, ironic queen. The song itself is a breezy and simple song with a rather good beat. It’s not an in your face dance song but it lets you jam out to it if you feel like it.

Lyrically, the song is about being able to go back to how you were. Reclaiming oneself after a bad event has happened.

“The song is about rediscovering and accepting oneself, shutting out the noise and moving forward and letting the past go,” Lindsay said in a tweet promoting the first single off of her third album. It’s an anthem about moving on and growth. We stan.

Honestly, the song is a bop. It’s a catchy and fun song to just listen to and enjoy. I just wish it had more of a kick to it. Like a little bit more of a beat. I kind of feels like it’s stuck in first gear and never makes it to the second or third gear. It needs something to become a banger, which it really should be. The song has the potential to do that. While I hate remixes, I’d listen to the radio versions of those remixes

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Top 5ive: Lindsay Lohan Singles

I don’t know about you but I have been straight up LIVING for Lindsay Lohan’s newest TV venture called “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” I’m all for boss LiLo. She literally takes no prisons in the show and who can blame her. It’s her name, and her brand. I would be doing that same thing. In honor of this, I thought it would be fitting to countdown her biggest singles.

Of course I want my own show LiLo.

“Bossy”

While this wasn’t an official single, it was slated to be the newest single off of her never-released third album. This song is a sleeper bop. It’s not as catchy as her previous song but it was still something that you can jam out to because it has a dance beat. It was released in 2008, it didn’t get the attention it deserves until MTV pulled it out of its life of obscurity. It’s now theme song for “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club.” That’s because she’s now a boss bitch. It’s about time that “Bossy” gets into that limelight.

“Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)”

Honestly, This is my favorite song that she has done just because it’s just so raw and emotional. It came off of her second album “A Little More Personal (Raw)” and it was her ode to daddy issues. It was an open letter to her father, Michael, and was just her way to express her feeling. The raspy vocals with the rock feel of the song are so good. Lindsay even directed the video, which was just even better because it was raw, emotional, and just disturbing. I recommend watching the video if you haven’t already.

“Over”

This is a deep cut song off of her first album “Speak.” Sure, it was a single but it was just an underrated single. It’s a pop-rock ballad that has opens with a slow and steady beat before kicking into high gear for a power ballad. The video itself tells the story of the so well. Forbidden love, emotional baggage, and the stereotypical early 2000s garage band singling in the song. I remember thinking that this was scandalous at the time due to the scenes in the camper. sigh. If that camper could talk.

“Rumors”

Lindsay’s first single is probably her most famous and the most relatable until “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father).” It’s a forgot gem unless you stan Lindsay or was around during this time. The song is all about her relationship with the paparazzi and how everyone was trying to start rumors about her. It was the literal precursor to Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t Be Tamed.” I honestly forgot how much of a banger this song was until I turned it up and got down to it. Like, it’s everything.

Honorable Mention

“Drama Girl (That Girl)”

While we can all agree that the movie, “Confessions of A Teenage Drama Queen,” was a dumpster fire train wreck of crap. The song from the song is actually a bop. It’s probably the best part of the entire movie. The song was the final song in the movie was the big final number the movie’s musical portion. The video itself is your standard promotional music video for a movie. It has Lindsay performing in an audition while clips from the movie play in the background. Not iconic to make the list official but something that shouldn’t be totally overlooked

“Ultimate”

While this isn’t an official single and apart of her solo discography, this is probably her best known and loved song. It from her hit 2003 movie “Freaky Friday,” a remake of a Disney movie that came out in 1976. It’s our first glance at the fact that Lindsay had some pipes on her. Before this, she was there but lost in the crowd of her peers. This movie and song are what really pushed Lindsay Lohan into stardom. Without, we wouldn’t be blessed with her talents like we are today.

I highly recommend checking out Lindsay Lohan’s albums because they aren’t all that bad. In fact, I wish we will get more music from her. I need more Lindsay’s music. Also, I need more of that iconic dance that she was doing at her club.

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Lindsay Lohan spreads democracy on her new MTV reality show

Lindsay Lohan gets a new reality show that is so fetch

Lindsay Lohan is taking a break from being a Diplomat and Social Justice Warrior to spread democracy on a much big scale. She going to MTV. Yep, that’s right. Lindsay is getting her reality show. And no, it’s not a “Living Lohan” spin-off. That show was life. ugh. It ended way too soon.

The 32-year-old jack of all trades’ show, tentatively entitled “Lohan Beach Club,” will show off Lindsay new life in Greece as she is building her own empire. That’s right. The Kardashian’s are quaking in their designer shoes. Kris Jenner is on the phone with Seacrest trying to get this ish taken care of. I can feel their world falling from across the country. 

In case you didn’t know, because I didn’t, Lindsay has successfully opened up two business in the country. She opened Lohan Nightclub in Athens (you can bet that Lindsay can create a kickass nightclub) and Lohan Beach House is Rhodes. The show will follow her as she opens what seems to be a seaside resort. The newest Lohan business adventure is to have a restaurant and a nightclub. Linsday is creating a real-life version of “Mamma Mia!.” She is Meryl Streep, of course. If there aren’t multiple musical numbers based on her failed attempts at launching a music career, I will be LIVID. I want greek villagers singing and dancing “Drama Queen.” Hell, give Ali Lohan a chance to perform a cabaret version of “Lohan Holiday.” I really want that. 

There’s no premiere date for the project but it’s scheduled to be released in 2019. This is really happening.

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Pop Project Explains: Cady Herron was the villain in ‘Mean Girls’

That’s so fetch

Yesterday was the 14th anniversary of the release of the most iconic movie, “Mean Girls.” If you have not seen this movie, then I’m deeply sorry for you. This movie will change your life. I thought that I would explain the movie in honor of the release of this movie. It was during my research that I discovered something more chilling and true. I was upset that I didn’t notice it earlier. Welcome to the latest edition of “Pop Project Explains.” This is where I explain things.

In the movie, Lindsay Lohan stars as Cady Herron. Cady is supposed to be the protagonist of the film because she is the main character/narrator of the film. But in all actuality, she’s really the villain of the film. You read that correctly. Now before you click off of this, I’m not saying that Regina George is a saint. She is far from it. But let’s look at the bigger picture here.

Cady Herron, with the help of Janis and Damien, was systematically destroying Regina’s life. They broke up Aaron Samuels and Regina, made The Plastics turn again her, and they even made gain weight so she would lose her “bitchin’ bod.” Then once they got did ruin her life, Cady pretty much just swooped in and stole Regina’s life and gained control of The Plastics. She cast aside her relationship with Janis and Damien once she was done with their help. This is just icing on the cake our so-called “protagonist.”

Cady Herron lied and used people. Granted, Regina did the same thing to a certain degree. But Regina just did to get her way to the top. Cady just did it for revenge. Regina did something selfish and Cady wanted to ruin her life over something small. Cady sought out to ruin and destroy Regina’s world.

Please explain to me how we should be rooting for Cady. She doesn’t seem like the person that I would root. I’d honestly rather root for Regina George if I had to pick the worst of two evils. “Mean Girls” is really about two evil and manipulative girls trying to out-bitch each other. The one we aren’t supposed to like is the victim. Regina George victimized people but not to the extent of Cady Herron. Both did repent their ways at the end but as JoJo said, “It’s just a little too late.”

I hope that I just ruined “Mean Girls” for you because my love for the movie is scarred for life. Granted, I’ll still watch it because it’s the best movie of all time. But I will be cussing out Cady more than Regina.

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