Lindsay Lohan’s new track “Bossy” has been leaked online. The track is from her upcoming third album which is being released through the Universal Music Group.
Lohan is setting the stage for a major mass-media re-entry over the coming months. “Bossy,” the seductive and irresistibly rhythmic new track leaked from the yet-untitled upcoming album recalls the form and attitude the street-flavored girl-group dance floor classics of the electro era, has drawn hundreds of thousands of youtube.com streams in barely a week, and a collective thumbs-up from young viewers.
This month, Lohan is also joining one of television’s most-admired ensemble casts in the season finale of the Emmy-winning ABC comedy Ugly Betty. Playing an old schoolmate and antagonist, Lohan will guest star in a plot arc that will start at the finale episode airing on May 22, and extend into the first five episodes of the series’ fall 2008 season.
“Bossy” was co-written by platinum Island/Def Jam singer-songwriter Ne-Yo and track producers Stargate (Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen), whose previous collaborations include the enormous worldwide hits “Unfaithful” by Rihanna, “Irreplaceable” by Beyonce and Ne-Yo’s own signature tune “So Sick.”
Separately, Stargate are also the producers of such diverse all-format smashes as “Don’t Stop the Music” by Rihanna, “Beautiful Liar” by Beyonce and Shakira, “With You” by Chris Brown, “Bye Bye” by Mariah Carey, and “Wait For You” by Elliott Yamin.
Lindsay Lohan has four RIAA sales certifications, including a platinum album for her 2004 debut, the Billboard No. 4 album ‘Speak,’ a gold certification for her second album, ‘A Little More Personal (Raw),’ and a gold digital single award for “Rumors.”
Lohan’s films have grossed over $420 million in domestic box office, and include starring roles in Freaky Friday (earning a Golden Globe nomination), Mean Girls, and The Parent Trap, as well as ensemble parts in A Prairie Home Companion and Bobby.Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.